We are on a mission to support women diagnosed with ovarian cancer, to educate, advocate, and raise awareness.

At this time, many women diagnosed with ovarian cancer have advanced disease and require prolonged medical treatment. We would like to see this change so that fewer women have advanced disease and that all women have the availability of support and access to information as needed.

We are working to expand public awareness of the early symptoms of ovarian cancer in an effort to contribute to the early detection of this deadly disease, and by doing so, save lives. It could be you, your mother, sister, wife, daughter. Every woman is at risk and it is important that all women are educated about ovarian cancer.

You do not have to go through your journey with ovarian cancer alone. CT Women of Hope is here to answer your questions and link you with valuable resources in your community.  We will provide basic needs, gift baskets, and holiday food baskets and gifts for ovarian cancer families in need.

24th of September 2016 02:13 AM Link
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23rd of September 2016 07:04 PM Link
Here is my type of ovarian cancer. I underwent total abdominal hysterectomy, bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy and staging on 3/23/04 for a Stage IA Granulosa cell tumor. They consider the date of diagnosis to be the same date as surgery, since a biopsy was required to make a diagnosis.

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22nd of September 2016 07:18 PM Link
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20th of September 2016 10:29 AM Link
A very special day with very special people! Thank you again for your support and we enjoyed each and everyone of you for the 4th Annual Ann Miller Run/Walk for Ovarian Cancer!
18th of September 2016 12:43 PM
Thank you to all the Runners & Walkers who participated yesterday at our 4th Annual Ann Miller Run/Walk for Ovarian Cancer. We will see you next year! 🙂