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September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

In honour of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, check out the links and pictures below to find out more information! Don’t forget to sign the petition asking the Government of Canada for an additional $10 million in funding for research, and to wear teal tomorrow for #WearTealDay.
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Make your voice heard because ovarian cancer research continues to be drastically underfunded
This is a picture of cancer research funding in Canada according to 2013 data published by the Canadian Cancer Research Alliance Breast cancer  $74 millions Prostate cancer  $36.5 millions Ovarian cancer  $13.8 millions  More funding, More research  - women with ovarian cancer living longer and stronger - future generations being able to prevent this disease  So let's demand better - for HER. Here's how you can support this important push for change
Be one of the first people to sign the electronic petition appealing to the Minister of Health for an immediate investment of an additional $10M in federal funding to support ovarian cancer research. If everyone reading this signs the petition, the G
Friday_ September 2 is Wear Teal Day. Sport the colour of awareness as you help gather more signatures for the petition. You can print a copy at ovariancanada.org.
On Sunday, September 11, rally for change at the Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope. All funds raised have a direct impact against this disease. Walk date may vary by location. Visit ovariancancerwalkofhope.ca for detailsFollow the action on Ovarian Cancer Canada Facebook page and Twitter feed, and online at ovariancanada.org. Share posts to encourage your friends and followers to get involved.Together we can make our voices heard from far and wide, and on Parliament Hil

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