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My Ovarian Cancer Fundraising Page

Joan Doyle

Joan Doyle

Welcome to my personal page, and thank you for considering making a donation!

When my sister, Anita Stein, lost her six-year battle with ovarian cancer, in 2009, I became a committed fundraiser for various ovarian cancer foundations and organizations. Anita never lost her focus and lived her life to the fullest. She was, indeed, a warrior!

I fundraise for ovarian cancer research, symptom awareness campaigns and finding diagnostic tools and better treatments. I do this in honor of and in memory of my late sister and for the many other warrior survivors I personally know and those who are no longer with us.

September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Even during a pandemic, ovarian cancer does not pause or stop. Now, more than ever, our donations are needed. Despite that in-person, large events are not able to take place, fundraising in these stressful times is vitally important.

Did you know that even young girls, aged 11, can get ovarian cancer? This "silent killer" knows no barriers. The earlier the diagnosis, the better the prognosis is one of the most important things to keep in mind. Subtle symptoms that mimic other conditions, must be taken seriously if they persist for more than two weeks. LEARN THE SYMPTOMS!

Please take a moment to make a donation - in any amount. Ovarian cancer does not pause or stop because of the pandemic. Now, more than ever, your support is needed. Together, we can make a difference!

Heartfelt thanks,
Joan Doyle

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