Tues., Dec. 2 is #GivingTuesday

You’re all geared up for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, right? Why not spend a little holiday cash on Giving Tuesday, Dec. 2nd, to support NOCC’s mission, which is to save lives by fighting tirelessly to prevent and cure ovarian cancer, and to improve the quality of life for survivors! View this quick video to […]

Ivanna’s Story

I have to say that being diagnosed with Stage 3A Ovarian Cancer this past August was a shock. It wasn’t that I thought I would be immune to Cancer, I just never thought it would be ovarian. Due to a strong family history of Breast Cancer in my family (great-grandmother, mother and aunt), I was […]

A Sister’s Love

The Ovarian Cancer Story of Bonnie (Bryant) Armentrout April 13, 1950 – November 29, 2011 Our sister, Bonnie, the oldest of seven children, and the rock of our family, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in February 2010, two months after we lost our dad to lung cancer. She was under the care of a homeopathic […]

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month!

  September is upon us. It is our opportunity to renew our commitment to advance the fight against ovarian cancer. Importantly, and once again, President Obama has proclaimed September 2014 as National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Please read the press release, issued by the White House, with details of this important announcement. While we, the […]

Tasha’s Story

Initially the only sign and symptom I was exhibiting was going to the bathroom more frequently. I felt like something was pushing on my bladder and making me go to the bathroom several times a day. I had no other signs or symptoms. I had my annual OBGYN examine in late May 2013 and my […]