Australian rock legend Chrissy Amphlett, lead singer of the Divinyls, passed away last year following a battle with breast cancer.
Amphlett discovered her own breast cancer through self-examination, after mammograms and ultrasounds initially failed to identify it.
Before she died she said, "I Touch Myself is so appropriate now, more than ever. You know it really should be the breast cancer song."
She wanted her hit song to become an anthem for women's health. #ITouchMyselfProject is her legacy.
In an emotional article for The Sunday Telegraph on the one year anniversary of her death, Chrissy's widower Charley Drayton said, "She would have wanted us to be more in touch with ourselves and to listen to what's going on inside physically, and to be more in charge of our destiny and not wait for doctors or advisers to be in charge of us."
Watch the truly powerful and inspiring video, featuring cancer survivor Olivia Newton-John and Chrissy's cousin Little Pattie.
Deborah Conway, Connie Mitchell, Suze DeMarchi, Sarah Blasko, Sarah McLeod, Kate Ceberano, Megan Washington and Katie Noonan also lend their support in the video.
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