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Searching for Two Kinds of Cures | Meet a Scientist

Ie-Ming Shih, MD, PhD is on a quest to better understand the human condition…

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Newk’s Continues Long-Standing Commitment to an Ovarian Cancer Cure

All month long, visit any Newk’s Eatery restaurant across the country to support the fight against ovarian cancer…

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Art Becomes Action | OCRA Heroes

For Amber Jean Young, the loss of her mother to ovarian cancer on January 1, 2019, caused a grief so acute that it completely altered an essential part of her identity: her art…

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Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month Toolkit

Spread the word. Make a difference…

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This Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, You Can Help

As the largest charity in the world dedicated to defeating ovarian cancer, OCRA is on the cutting edge of scientific innovation…

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Streamers Unite to Support the Cause | Heroes Highlights

Some may think video games are just for play, but these three streamers are committed to using their pastime to make a serious difference for the ovarian cancer community…

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Talking About Planned Giving

Planned giving can be an uncomfortable conversation for many; after all, it’s a conversation about what happens when we die…

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Innovators Who Inspire Action | Heroes Highlights

Our gratitude goes out to three OCRA Heroes who channeled their creative energy to champion our shared cause via inventive fundraising initiatives…

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Streamers Unite to Say #GameOVAR to Ovarian Cancer

Calling all livestreamers … we need you! In the time of a 4-hour stream, 10 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer. That’s a new diagnosis every 23 minutes…

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Bring Ovarian Cycle to Your Community

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New Ways to Build Community and Broaden Your Support System this Summer

As the busy summer months approach, OCRA remains committed to expanding support and offering new opportunities for our community to engage with others impacted by ovarian or other gynecologic cancers…

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Low-Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer | Ingrid’s #RareAware Story

Ingrid lives in Denver, Colorado, and was diagnosed with low-grade serous ovarian cancer in 2019. What has been your frustration in having a rare form of ovarian cancer? I was diagnosed in January of 2019 with low-grade serous ovarian cancer…

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