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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!


Survivor Stories / Tributes

Olivia Enger

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To my beloved Aunt Libbie:
Light shines in the darkness for the Godly. They are generous, compassionate, and righteous…such people will not be overcome by evil. Those who are righteous will be long remembered. They do not fear bad news, they confidently trust the Lord to care for them. They are confident and fearless and face their foes triumphantly.
Psalm 112:4, 6-8

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Libbie was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer 6 years ago. She lost her battle on May 29th 2009. She was the most courageous, selfless, loving, and giving woman I’ve ever known. She always put others first, even on her worst days. She knew she didn’t have long to live but she made every moment here count. She touched so many lives during her fight and will continue to live on in the hearts of those left behind. She is free from pain and suffering now as she sits in heaven looking down. She will be greatly missed and always loved.

Last updated on: 05/30/2009


To Libbie, My sister
When my sister was diagnosed with ovarian cancer 6yr.5mo ago we made a pact that we would talk everyday even if it was just a few minutes. She would tell me her fears, her hopes, her dreams,or if she felt down right lousy or just plain scard.She knew she was in god’s hands but that doesn’t make it any easier.
We lived miles apart but for some odd reason we could talk up to 5 times a day.We didn’t know how we had so much to talk about.
Libbie was my sister, my friend,my mother,and my mentor.
I marveled at her strengh, her strong faith and courage.
I know she is pain free. I know I have to let her go and I know she’s in gods hands now.
She touched so many lives and will be greatly missed. There will never be another Libbie>

Tammy King – 06/13/2009

Hey, that’s the grteaest! So with ll this brain power AWHFY?

Makailah Makailah – 06/02/2011

Dude, right on there brohetr.

Mattie Mattie – 07/14/2011

I just read most of your blog. I am smiling thkining how this internet can also be viewed as good or bad. We need to choose what we read and what we allow oueselves to take in.I also share the thought that I am not good enough when ever things just don’t go right. I take responsibility for things that I am not responsible for and that I cannot heal. And there goes the good and the bad concept again. Its amazing the lengths we’ll go to to be accepted. The last thing we seem willing to do is accept ourselves. Once we accept ourselves, the good and the bad, others will accept us too. There is nothing better than someone who respects and feels good about herself. You grow up the day you have the first real laugh at yourself.Thanks for not being afraid to share the shadows and the light.Love and Peace, Donna

Edileine Edileine – 09/03/2012