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When Tracey was diagnosed with ovarian and endometrial cancer, she turned to the internet to connect with other women diagnosed with the disease. But after undergoing successful treatment, she decided she wanted to give something back to all the women who had helped keep her going.  Here she opens...
Andy was inspired by his mum to take on a difficult running challenge
Andy was inspired by his mum to take on a difficult running challenge for Target Ovarian Cancer. He tells us about his mum and why he wants to fundraise and raise awareness.  In August 2014 the lady who I had known all of my life - had been a best friend, a go-to in good times and bad - died of...
Lorraine looks back at her diagnosis and treatment
Lorraine was diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer aged 41. She looks back on her diagnosis and treatment, and tells us about her fundraising for Target Ovarian Cancer. I started feeling 'out of sorts' around Christmas. I’d gone off my food, kept getting stomach ache and feeling sick. I felt out of...
Gill's found support fundraising with family and friends
Gill, from Northamptonshire, lost her daughter, Kate, to ovarian cancer at the age of just 28.   We lost Kate so suddenly, it left us devastated. She died of advanced ovarian cancer two months after receiving a late diagnosis. Supporting family If we had been aware of information and symptoms of...