OCRF & Ovarian Cancer National Alliance are now one strong, united, inspiring voice!
Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) and the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance (OCNA) have led the way in advocacy, research and support for patients and their families for over 22 years. As of January 2016, we are pleased to announce we are joining together to form Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance (OCRFA), the largest global organization dedicated to advancing ovarian cancer research while supporting women and their families. Read the exciting news!

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Survivor Stories / Tributes

Kimberly Emory

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I want to give someone out there hope! I was diagnosed with OC stage IIb. Had surgery in March of 2006 to remove left ovary and fallopian tube and then 3 cycles (63 days) of chemo. I have been NED since Aug09. Some of us do survive and live long productive lives. I hope to continue to be in that number. TURNING THE WHISPER INTO A SHOUT!

Last updated on: 11/07/2010


Comments:

Time to face the music armed with this great inforamiotn.

Jannika Jannika – 10/04/2011

The query is: how will you do. You will need to to get a niche market that you are desperate to promote it their products.

HeathBret HeathBret – 10/05/2011

Good to see a taelnt at work. I can’t match that.

Janese Janese – 01/23/2012

POP LOCK AND DROP IT GUUURRLLL!

Danie White – 02/17/2012

I have found when I look after people who have any type of caencr, getting the patients to talk to each other and make friends, so they can share experiences with each other and give each other advice.Chemo as you know is going to make you feel really rotten at times, so you need a support network to help you through the bad times as well as be there for the good. Keep communicating with your closest family members and friends and use them for help and support. Don’t be afraid to ask as they will only be too happy to help.Good luck with your treatment, all the best x Was this answer helpful?

Jerry Jerry – 07/27/2012