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Team #LIV4Teresa has been personally touched by Ovarian Cancer, Teresa Anne Reynolds, our beautiful sister, magnificent friend and loving daughter at the age of 29, after one year of never giving up hope lost her fight to ovarian cancer on August 27, 2011.

Teresa had one of those contagious smiles that you cant help but smile back when she looks your way. We miss her every day and the best way to honor her memory and spirit is to continue to inspire the world as she looks upon us smiling. Teresa didn't have a choice in how she got to spend her last year but we do and we need to inspire the world to start LIVing. #LIV4Teresa

So join us on May 19, 2018 (YEAR #7) at the Run Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer in National Harbor, MD to raise money to fund ovarian cancer research for better treatment options, early detection, genetic awareness and a CURE for ovarian cancer.

We will honor the women and families touched by ovarian cancer and celebrate the hope that we all carry with us every day – the hope for a future without this disease. Each of these women is central to a family, every one of these women have people who love her.


The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2018, about 22,000 new cases of ovarian cancer will be diagnosed and 13,850 women will die of ovarian cancer in the United States. More research is needed to develop a test to diagnose ovarian cancer and find a cure before it's too late.

Ovarian cancer is difficult to detect, especially in the early stages. This is partly due to the fact that the ovaries - two small, almond-shaped organs on either side of the uterus - are deep within the abdominal cavity. The following are often identified by women as some of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer:

- Bloating
- Pelvic or abdominal pain
- Trouble eating or feeling full quickly
- Feeling the need to urinate urgently or often
- Fatigue
- Upset stomach or heartburn
- Back pain
- Pain during sex
- Constipation or menstrual changes

If symptoms are new and persist for more than two weeks, it is recommended that a woman see her doctor.

I wish someone would have told us about these signs and symptoms and perhaps Teresa would be here with us here today!

Ovarian cancer affects communities, it’s certainly touched our lives, and it needs to be stopped. So join us in our movement to SPREAD AWARENESS and INSPIRE THE WORLD, it is the least you can do. :)


Cristina Reynolds
  • MLMichael Logan
Claudine Nisbett


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1. MWMargie Williams
2. CSChristopher Starford
I'm sorry I couldn't be there this year. Hope this helps.
3. DPDana Porter
Good luck this morning! Love you both!
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You owe $200 on the Army-Navy game Beotch!