Janet's message inspires us all to continue the fight against ovarian cancer. She devoted her heart and soul to the South Carolina Ovarian Cancer Foundation.
SCOCF Spokesperson Andie MacDowell
Andie serves as 'Spokesperson for the South Carolina Ovarian Cancer Foundation'. View our new Awareness Ads here!
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Join us in New York City on May 14 for our third annual Teal Gala. Tickets are now available for the gala, which honors women's achievements as well as our progress in treating and understanding ovarian cancer. The evening includes a cocktail reception, auction of luxury goods and services, gourmet dinner and awards presentations.
Friday, May 8, is the third annual World Ovarian Cancer Day. Join our global movement to raise awareness of this deadly disease. Submit your photos and videos to be included in a special World Ovarian Cancer Day video. Expand this story to see a special video from Maya Soetoro-Ng, President Obama's sister, about losing their mother to ovarian cancer and why that moved her to join our World Ovarian Cancer Day campaign.
Angelina Jolie Pitt recently announced that she has had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed in order to reduce her risk of ovarian cancer. Ms. Jolie Pitt had previous shared that she has a mutation in the BRCA gene, which increases her risk of breast and ovarian cancers. The Alliance received many calls and requests to comment from media outlets; expand this story for links to some of our news coverage.
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