OCRF News

Liz Tilberis: A Tribute

Liz Tilberis bridged the worlds of high-fashion and everyday home-life seamlessly. Her effortless ability to transition between the two serves as a reminder that women touched by ovarian cancer play many roles, and live in many different worlds, but ultimately, all share the same goal – to find... 

Then & Now: 20 Years and Still Going Strong

OCRF Board Member, Robin Zarel, Celebrates 20 Years as an Ovarian Cancer Survivor Then – December 9, 1993 December 9, 1993 is a day that I will never forget. That was the day I had a radical hysterectomy for what was later found to be Stage III ovarian cancer.That was the bad news. The good is that... 

The Valerie Goldfein Story: Founder of the Woman to Woman Program

November 4, 1999 “November 4, 1999 was one of those perfect autumn days in New York when it seems as though nothing could go wrong. But it did for me. That was the day I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and the world as I knew it would never be the same,” says Valerie. “No one could have been...