|Thank the Members of Congress Who Support Ovarian Cancer Research|
|In April, members of the House and Senate showed their support for the Department of Defense's Ovarian Cancer Research Program (OCRP) for the next fiscal year. Help us thank all the Members of Congress who made this continued research possible, research that is instrumental to finding a cure. Click here to thank your elected officials for supporting the OCRP. And thank you for taking action!|
|Celebrate the Women You Love this Mother's Day|
|Stories are pouring in to our website about women you want to honor this Mother's Day. Don't miss out--send us a story or a video today about a woman you love and want to commemorate. And don't forget to vote for your favorite entries. The story with the most likes and the video with the most views will each win a free registration to our Annual Conference.|
|Partner Member Profile: Ovarian Cancer Together|
In November 2006, Kay Kerbyson was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. A young mother of twins, Kay lived with her family in the small town of Los Alamos, New Mexico. She had to travel 100 miles to Albuquerque for her treatments. When her cancer recurred in January 2008, Kay wanted to talk to other ovarian cancer survivors in her community. Friends passed on the name of another ovarian cancer survivor in Los Alamos, but Kay wasn't sure how to contact the woman, or whether she was willing to talk about her experience.
Frustrated by the lack of local resources, Kay started Ovarian Cancer Together in 2008. Click here to learn more about Ovarian Cancer Together.