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Blog
Thursday 23 July 2015
Coping and opening up: In her third blog, Sarah talks what it was like to tell her family and friends that she had ovarian cancer, and how she coped with her diagnosis. “It was so incredibly important to discover that I wasn’t on my own and to be able to be comfortably honest with people who...
Blog
Wednesday 15 July 2015
“It was a significant day when I managed to sit comfortably by a swimming pool on holiday in a swimming costume”. In the second of three blogs about her experience of ovarian cancer, Sarah talks about her body image throughout and after treatment. At the end of my chemo it was a hot summer and I...
News
Wednesday 8 July 2015
“I came to know that I could say whatever I needed to and the person sitting opposite wasn’t going to be shocked or upset but would instead help me find my way through it and out the other side.” In the first of three blogs about her experience of ovarian cancer, Sarah tells us about her treatment...
Blog
Wednesday 19 March 2014
Sarah has the BRCA gene mutation and was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in her thirties, after having had a mastectomy. Sarah tells us her story.  Mum was 52 years old when she died of breast cancer –20 years after getting the all clear from the first time she was diagnosed.  Then when my cousin...