February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Written by Professor Justine R. Smith on . Posted in News & Updates

It’s time for women living with ovarian cancer to have their voices heard and their experiences known.

It’s time for funding to increase and survival rates to improve. It’s time for all Australians to ovary-act in support of our women and families.

Each year over 1,600 women in Australia will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer. In the past 30 years, other cancers have been able to achieve amazing improvements in awareness, funding and survival rates and we want the same hope for our women. While some progress has been made for ovarian cancer there is still so much we need to do.

For the state of ovarian cancer to improve, we need major changes in awareness, treatment and funding. We need teal to have its time in the spotlight. We need all Australians to stand with us and take action.
Please share our video and help us to launch this new movement, for the sake of all women living with ovarian cancer across our country. It’s time to ovary-act.

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month 2019 Campaign

As of Monday February 11, we are thrilled to be launching the new OCAM campaign! At any time throughout the day, you will be able to find the premier of the new campaign at the following locations. Make sure you take a photo and tag us on Instagram and Facebook when you see it go live!

For more details visit: ovariancancer.net.au

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