Dr Zahra Faraahi's mum died from ovarian cancer this year. Zahra's research is funded by Target Ovarian Cancer.
"My mum had a fantastic team and at the start she responded really well to chemotherapy. But later she became resistant to the few drugs available.
"In the end in my mum ran out of treatment options. I want to change that for other women."
Ovarian cancer's share of all UK research has dropped by half. By leaving a gift in your Will you can help fund world-class research into new treatments that could save thousands of lives.
We've already committed over £1 million to world-class research but we can't do it alone. It's time to TAKE OVAR.
Together, we can create a world where no-one has to say goodbye too soon to someone they love because of ovarian cancer.
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