Only 29% of women with advanced stage ovarian cancer
will survive beyond 5 years.
But with an early detection test, survival rates improve to 90%.
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Ambassador spotlight: Why Leane Flynn wears a white shirt
“I hope that my daughters don’t have to go through what I’ve had to go through...and that they can live in a world that isn’t shrouded by this ongoing malicious disease called ovarian cancer."
OCRF & White Shirt Campaign Ambassador
As a mother of three, Leane was first diagnosed with stage 3C advanced ovarian cancer in April 2017. In 2020, she experienced her third recurrence since becoming a campaign ambassador.
Leane's involvement in the White Shirt Campaign brings together her passion for fashion with an opportunity to use her voice to advocate for more support to improve outcomes for women living with ovarian cancer.
Despite the ongoing challenges of living with ovarian cancer, Leane retains her positivity and actively inspires the community with her advocacy.
It's for women like Leane that we wear a white shirt.
On behalf of the dedicated team at the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF) and our partners at Witchery, thank you for your interest in supporting the White Shirt Campaign.
Get involved online by sharing a selfie in your Witchery white shirt using the hashtag #WHITESHIRTCAMPAIGN. Follow along for campaign updates on @OCRF and @witcheryfashion.