The Rhode Island Ovarian Cancer Alliance will be hosting a walk to raise awareness about ovarian cancer while celebrating survivors and remembering those lost to the disease. All of the event’s proceeds will help fund ovarian cancer education and awareness and provide support services to ovarian cancer survivors and their families.  

Join us Sunday, September 18, 2016 at Roger Williams Park in Providence (Temple of Music).

All activities open at 8:00am

Opening ceremonies at 9:30am

Survivor photo at 9:55am

Walk starts at 10:00am

Please consider supporting our event and help us save women's lives!!!

More than 20,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year, and approximately 15,000 women die from the disease. Unfortunately, most cases are diagnosed in their later stages when the prognosis is poor. However, if diagnosed and treated early, when the cancer is confined to the ovary, the five-year survival rate is over 90 percent. That is why it is imperative that the early signs and symptoms of the disease are recognized, not only by women, but also by their families and the medical community.

There is currently no early detection test for ovarian cancer, which is why it is imperative that the early signs of the disease are recognized, not only by women, but also by their families and the medical community. Until there is a test, the key to early diagnosis is through awareness—which this event helps us share with the entire community.  

Please consider supporting our event and help us save women's lives!!!!

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Cheryl DiRobbio $25.00
Bob Asciolla $25.00
Kristine
Best of Luck Jamie! This is a wonderful thing you are doing!
Carol Davis
Jamie, Thanks for fighting for this cause. In memory of Alex who fought to the end and for Heather who is still fighting it.
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Annette $20.00
Shaylyn Kelly
My Television Production Teacher in High School beat Overian Cancer 3 times. I have seen not only the physical toll on her, but also the mental and emotional toll as well. I owe her so much for giving me my passion to work hard at what I do and for having a tough ass female role model in the working industry. I definitely support this and hope yo the best!

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