Share YOUR Story with the World
Over the last decade, an estimated 130,000 women in the U.S. have lost their lives to ovarian cancer. Nearly half a million in the last 40 years.
Worldwide, over 314,000 will die this year, with more than 8.2 million women having died from ovarian cancer since 1993.
Despite hope and promises of improved outcomes, those numbers remain approximately the same as when comedian and actress Gilda Radner (of Saturday Night Live fame) lost her life to ovarian cancer in May of 1989.
A number of other notable personalities lost their lives too. Neither fame nor fortune could save them – but their stories were shared because they were widely recognized.
Now, it’s your turn to share your story about the loss of your loved one (as we have on this website about the life and our loss of Bridget Nesko).
Write and share their story using the form below, and after we verify the information with you directly, we’ll include your account of their lives here, on this website, and in our quarterly newsletter in the months ahead.
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