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Carol
Carol wants to show other women that there's life after cancer...
Carol was 42 years old when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. In the run-up to Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, she talks about her diagnosis, the realities of treatment, and why she wants to show other women that there’s life after cancer. Sign up now to Start Making Noise this March. I didn’t...
Emily
Emily's dispelling the myth that young people can't get ovarian cancer
Since her diagnosis Emily has been passionate about raising awareness, especially in younger women. She's told us her story for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Diagnosed with ovarian cancer just after her 27th birthday, she explains why her illness helped her learn to appreciate the things she...
Gabrielle explains why she has stopped sweating the small stuff
When Gabrielle was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, she was determined to make some big life changes. After selling her business and dedicating herself to raising awareness, the outgoing mum of two explains why – these days - she’s decided to stop sweating the small stuff… I used to pride myself on...
Thanks to her partner's insistence Ali was diagnosed early
After months of going back and forth to her GP, Ali had abandoned hope of ever getting an official diagnosis for her constant stomach pain. Fortunately, her partner Darren refused to let her give up. Here Ali talks about her struggle for answers, and why perseverance would eventually help save her...

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