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LorettaMarshall
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Good afternoon OC friends,

 

Hope you have some beautiful “TEAL” pieces of clothing in your closet.  Did you know that September is NATIONAL OVARIAN CANCER AWARENESS MONTH?

 

Wish there would be a few football teams wearing “TEAL” once in a while.  There are other colors in our crayon box besides “pink”.  Today, I have a doctor’s appointment this afternoon, and I will be wearing “TEAL”.

 

There are several sites talking about Ovarian Cancer and I will list some of them below for your information.  But I have found some sites that I use and recommend for specific info on Ovarian Cancer.

 

 

These sites are NOT limited to Ovarian Cancer (OC) but I’ve just pulled up their link referring specifically to Ovarian Cancer today.  I use these sites to find out information about other types of cancer as well.  So just thought I’d share them with you.  Contrary to what some nurses and doctors say to “stay away from the Internet”, I would be “dumb” if it were not for being able to read about the cancers that have affected me and my family.  Naturally, we must go to “reputable” sites, and not necessarily believe everything we read on the “side bars”.  But we’re all smart women here that want to be well informed.  Doctors respect the patients that research their own cancer and ask intelligent questions. 

 

But for the purpose of this note—be sure to wear something TEAL to bring awareness to our cancer especially during the month of September.  I’m not selling anything, nor soliciting funds for any particular organization, just thankful for those organizations that have devoted themselves to making the public at large AWARE of Ovarian Cancer.

 

Loretta

 

Peritoneal Carcinomatosis/Ovarian Cancer Stage IV

 

1.     National Ovarian Cancer Coalition 

 

http://www.ovarian.org/The mission of the NOCC is to save lives by fighting tirelessly to prevent and cure ovarian cancer, and to improve the quality of life for survivors.

 

2.     Ovarian Cancer National Alliance | We Work To Save Women's Lives 

 

http://www.ovariancancer.org/Coalition of groups to a common purpose. Located in Washington, DC.

 

3.     Ovarian Cancer Research Fund--Funding research to better ... 

 

http://www.ocrf.org/OCRF is the oldest and largest charity in the U.S. funding ovarian cancer research to better diagnose, treat, and ultimately cure ovarian cancer.

 

4.     Ovarian Cancer Awareness Products - Teal | Choose Hope 

 

http://www.choosehope.com/category/ovarian-cancer-tealResults 1 - 24 of 125 ... A Teal Ribbon brings awareness to Ovarian Cancer. Support a friend or loved one with Teal Wristbands, Bracelets, Necklaces, T-shirts, ...

 

5.     Ovarian, Fallopian Tube, and Primary Peritoneal Cancer—Patient ... 

 

http://www.cancer.gov/types/ovarianThe ovaries and fallopian tubes are part of the female reproductive system. There is one ovary and one fallopian tube on each side of the uterus (the hollow, ...

 

6.     Ovarian Cancer - Foundation for Women's Cancer 

 

http://www.foundationforwomenscancer.org/types-of-gynecologic-cancers/ovarian/Germ cell cancers start in the cells that form the eggs in the ovaries. This cancer is usually found in ... Site Design by WebDriven. Nov. 6, 2016. REGISTER.

 

7.     Ovarian Cancer Action 

 

http://ovarian.org.uk/I'm worried about ovarian cancer ... Does your family history put you at risk of ovarian cancer? ... The charity Bowel Cancer UK and the Royal College of.

 

8.     Ovarian Cancer | Learn About Cancer | American Cancer Society 

 

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/ovariancancer/Ovarian cancer accounts for about 3% of cancers among women, but it causes more deaths than any other cancer of the female reproductive system. Select A ...0 9.  Ovarian Cancer Development and Metastasis 

 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2928939/Ovarian carcinoma could originate from any of three potential sites: the surfaces of the ovary, the fallopian tube, or the mesothelium-lined peritoneal cavity.

 

 

 

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CSN_Simone
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Hi Loretta,

I'm so sorry you had such a frustrating time on the board today. I have forwarded it onward to our tech team and we will see if we can figure out what is going on. I'll let you know what we find out when we hear back. 

Simone

CSN Support Team

 

 

 

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