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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...
Breast cancer followed by ovarian cancer was more than just bad luck
When Adele was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1999, her doctor put it down to bad luck. She had no idea that a little over 8 years later she’d be dealing with an ovarian cancer diagnosis and the knowledge that she had a BRCA 2 gene mutation.  Here Adele talks about Angelina Jolie, genetic testing...
Annette wants to raise awareness to increase early diagnosis
If diagnosed early enough, 90 per cent of women with ovarian cancer will survive for five years or more. Yet according to recent figures, a third of women are only diagnosed following an admission to an accident and emergency unit. So what happens when a visit to A&E turns your life upside down...

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