PEOPLE DON’T KNOW A LOT ABOUT OVARIAN CANCER.
WHY? PLAINLY SPEAKING BECAUSE THERE ARE SO FEW SURVIVORS - ELANA WALDMAN

 

Ovarian Cancer is called the “cancer that whispers” because it’s very difficult to detect. In fact, many women diagnosed today, will die within the next ten years and their stories will be gone with them. We can change that. This project is about creating a collective voice that lives on. One voice to advocate on behalf of everyone whose story needs to be told. Ovarian Cancer may whisper, but we don't have to. It's time to shout.

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