Let’s change the odds on ovarian cancer.

Jessica Clark (rare ovarian cancer survivor) with her daughter, Matilda, at home
5 Australian women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer
Accurate diagnosis involves invasive surgery and often the removal of ovaries
only 49 per cent of those diagnosed will survive 5 years

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“Last year more than 1,000 Australians died of ovarian cancer, and the likelihood of living more than five years with the disease is still less than 50 per cent. We’re looking to change that.”

– Professor Paul Hertzog and Dr Nicole Campbell

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