22,000 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer this year, and less than 50% will survive more than 5 years. It’s time we recognize the ovarian cancer warriors who have SURVIVED this disease, while remembering those who lost their fights too soon.
January 11, 2017
As many of my friends and family know, I am not one to share my personal stories on social media. However, in light of the recent events and the tremendous amount of love, support, and well wishes I have been receiving, I feel it is best to share my...Read MoreJanuary 11, 2017
My entire life changed on March 2, 2016. I knew absolutely nothing about ovarian cancer until this unforgettable day. This is the day I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and my life drastically changed. I had surgery on March 9, 2016, and it was after this surgery that I was...Read MoreNovember 2, 2016
Why are we so fascinated by other’s memoirs and autobiographies? To paraphrase the late author, poet and very wise woman, Dr. Maya Angelou, she said, it is because--‘my story is your story and in that way we are all connected.’ My hope is that my story will increase your...Read MoreOctober 25, 2016
On June 30, 2015, Holly went into surgery for a pelvic mass that was found on an ultrasound just the day before. During the surgery, the tumor was successfully removed and Holly thought all was well. The initial pathology showed that the tumor was not cancerous, but on July...Read MoreOctober 19, 2016
In July of 2015 I was at work on a Saturday afternoon at the Freedom Over Texas event in Houston. I'm a 26 year paramedic who decided five years ago to get off the ambulance and move "behind a desk". I followed my dream and wound up working in Emergency...Read More