Katie Thorburn aged 16, Dawn Craddock aged 37 and 46 year old Pam Rhodes used their hair loss caused by chemotherapy to create bold artwork in a bid to raise money for cancer research.
The women all from Greater Manchester are kickstarting a huge fund-raising campaign £28.5m is needed to complete the Manchester Cancer Research Centre.
Dawn Craddock, mum of 2 from Heywood, aged 37, is battling secondary breast cancer. Her cancer is being controlled thanks to a clinical trial, but the disease is sadly incurable.
The campaign has been named the 'More Tomorrows' initiative and aims to generate the £6m needed to complete the new research centre - the largest of its kind in Europe which its hoped will open in 2014.
Aspiring model Katie, who is 16, developed pains in her leg in September 2012 and became worried when it stopped her playing netball. After an MRI scan the Stockport Grammar School pupil was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of cancer in her bone, months of gruelling chemotherapy followed which saw her lose her long dark hair.
You can find out more about the artwork and fundraising campaign on their website www.moretomorrows.org