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Mary is still enjoying life four years after her incurable diagnosis
When Mary was first diagnosed with ovarian cancer, doctors told her she might only have a few months left to live. Four years on, Mary talks about the impact of her diagnosis and why – when it comes to cancer - she’s stopped asking ‘why me'... I was only given a few months to live. Four years on I’...
After ovarian cancer cost Helen her job, she retrained in counselling
After being diagnosed with both ovarian and cervical cancer, Helen could easily have let it dampen her usual sunny outlook. Instead, the 56-year-old used her diagnosis as an opportunity to retrain and take up volunteering. She wants to let others know there is life after ovarian cancer, and why -...
Jennie
Jennie has been diagnosed with incurable cancer
After being told her cancer had recurred and was now classed as incurable, Jennie might have been forgiven for falling to pieces. Instead, with the help of Target Ovarian Cancer’s On Target newsletter – along with her own determination and positivity – Jennie decided to believe in the future and...
Jessica
Jessica was determined to find out what was causing her symptoms
What happens when one family has to cope with multiple cancer diagnoses? When Jessica began to experience persistent abdominal bloating, she couldn’t help but worry. As the mother of a teenager diagnosed with leukaemia, she knew first-hand the importance of paying attention to your body. So when...

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