Facts about Ovarian Cancer

As we continue our fundraising efforts during Ovarian Cancer Awareness month we have leanred so much from our partnership with our friends at NOCC.   I wanted to take a moment to thank all of you for your support and remind you that during the month of September that Caroline's Cakes will be donating 25% of all Caramel Cake sales as well as 25% of all #teamcaroline bracelets and shirts to The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC).   We are so very appreciative of the work that they do and encourage you all to leanr more about their efforts to #knowovarian.   

 Please take some time to visit their website, www.ovarian.org, for informative and useful information about signs & symptoms, patient care, and how you can continue to support their efforts.

Please find some useful facts below that will help to shed light on how important the work being done at NOCC is to those fighting this terrible disease.

Richard R. Reutter


3 comments

  • My late mother was a 43-year cancer ♋ survivor. She had cervical cancer in the early 60s. Back then MUSC in Charleston, SC didn’t have Chemo and Radiation was the only solution. So they had to pack her organs the best way possible. But, when cancer ♋ came back it was in a different area. Sarcoma, 2009.
    Sincerely,
    Pat Rogers

    Pat Rogers
  • My late mother was a 43-year cancer ♋ survivor. She had cervical cancer in the early 60s. Back then MUSC in Charleston, SC didn’t have Chemo and Radiation was the only solution. So they had to pack her organs the best way possible. But, when cancer ♋ came back it was in a different area. Sarcoma, 2009.
    Sincerely,
    Pat Rogers

    Pat Rogers
  • I am a survivor of cancer of the Cervecervex and happily was able to squeeze in the birth of my son in between the cancer spreading to my uterus 🙏🎀❤️🌸 that is over 40 years ago ✅🎀❤️But I know of older women in their 70 s that tell me they no longer go to an O B G YN and do not have to get Pap smears is that correct???

    Joy Purnell

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