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  • Blog Post: Ovarian cancer web chat - transcript

    For Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, we hosted a web chat hosted by Macmillan Nurse Heidi Lindenstock, who answered your questions on the disease, screening programmes and genetic risk. I’d like to say a massive thank you to Heidi and Jane Murphy for their time and amazing efforts, and a big...
  • Blog Post: Ovarian cancer web chat - Tuesday 13th March

    March is not just the beginning of spring; it’s also Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. This year, we’re marking it with a live web chat on Tuesday 13 th March at 12pm, where one of our amazing nurses will be answering any questions you have about ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer is the fifth...
  • Blog Post: Life is a rollercoaster ...

    You know ... I used to say “ if only I could have a pound for every compliment I receive for them red shoes.” However, over the last few weeks it would be for each time someone has said to me “Go sh ... doesn't time fly ... where did that year go ...? ” These comments have...
  • Blog Post: Simply red ...

    My mother died 14 years ago, aged 53, of ovarian cancer. She had been diagnosed five years before ... but to be truthful the cancer had probably been there since her early forties, when she was a similar age to me. For a year or two they had said she was peri-menopausal and by the time they realised...