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Blog post by Sarah Tidey
FUNDING INNOVATIVE RESEARCH TO DETECT AND TREAT OVARIAN CANCER AND SAVE WOMEN'S LIVES.
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Learn about the silent killer that claims another Australian life every eight hours.
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Through innovative ovarian cancer research, we aim to improve the lives of women with ovarian cancer today and increase survival rates in the future.
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"I want my daughter and her friends to be able to grow up and have a test for ovarian cancer as part of their regular health check-up. I don’t want them to fear this. It’s not going to save my life, but it might just save hers or one of her friends."
OCRF Ambassador Kel Pittman
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Sarah Tidey is a freelance writer and former lawyer who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in October 2015. She sits down to reflect on her journey with cancer.
Our Consumer Representative Panel brings together those affected by ovarian cancer to inform and directly impact how our research is prioritised, designed, conducted and translated.
Living with ovarian cancer is already complicated. A public health crisis like coronavirus only complicates it further.
Ovarian cancer patient Sarah Tidey shares her thoughts on what it’s like to be ‘at-risk’ right now.
This International Women's Day our CEO, Lucinda Nolan, reflects on the importance of amplifying the conversation around ovarian cancer and how gender equality will improve health outcomes for women.
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