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Debbie
Life is so precious, I’m certainly not going to spend it looking back
This March, Debbie and her colleagues will be putting on their boldest outifts for the Big Colour Clash to raise money and awareness for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Join in and Start Making Noise so together we can make sure that every woman in the UK has the best chance of survival. Sign up...
Agnes found the support from others with ovarian cancer invaluable
Like many women with ovarian cancer, Agnes struggled with the emotional impact of her diagnosis. It was only when she began talking to other women in a similar situation, that she finally found the support she needed…  After my second round of chemotherapy I got very down. The treatment floored me...
Ann
Sometimes the best support can be a simple as a cup of tea and a chat
Ovarian cancer can be frightening, and many women struggle with feelings of loneliness and isolation. Ann talks about the importance of support events, and why sometimes all you need is a cup of tea and a chat…  If you get the opportunity to attend a support event, please don’t hesitate. Besides...
After her first operation, Alison thought the cancer would be gone
When Alison was told that her cancer had returned she was devastated. Now she talks about the fear and depression surrounding her recurrence, and why she wants others to know there is light at the end of the tunnel... It’s now been over three years since my last visit to the operating theatre....

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