1200 Australian women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year.
In Australia alone, a woman dies of ovarian cancer every ten hours.
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Help out.“It could be your mother, your sister, your best friend, or in my case, my daughter,” (Heather Watts).
You OK?Just been diagnosed? Not sure what to do next? Caring for a freind? Don’t know who to turn to?
The Border Ovarian Cancer Awareness Group is based in the Victorian Border community of Albury Wodonga and is dedicated to raising awareness of this insidious cancer, assist women to recognise the symptoms, support those fighting the disease and in memory of those that have passed away from Ovarian Cancer.
The Border Ovarian Cancer Awareness Group are committed to raising funds through donation and sponsorship collection to offer community education and disease prevention of Ovarian Cancer.
The Border Ovarian Awareness Group are a not-for-profit community group made up of passionate volunteers, forming after the passing of Kelsey Watts, aged 33 of Ovarian Cancer.
The Border Ovarian Cancer Awareness Group wholeheartedly support the Ovarian Cancer Research, Trials and promoting awareness at the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund, Garvan Institute, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Ovarian Cancer Australia. The group is enthusiastically supported by local Geneticist our Patron – Doctor Pieter Mourik.
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