Claire Reaburn shares her journey of being diagnosed with a rare ovarian cancer 11 years ago.

Mother of two Claire Reaburn shares her journey of being diagnosed with Juvenile Granulosa Cell Tumour (jGCT), a rare ovarian cancer 11 years ago at age 53years. An emotional talk with Claire and her Husband Peter about the symptoms of ovarian cancer and the lack of funded research into GCT. Peter a keen cyclist has created an event Ride 4 Research 2022 from April 30 and concluded the 900km ride on World Ovarian Cancer Day May 8. His aim is to raise $125,000 for GCT research at the Hudson Institute of Medical Research to help find treatment options as we […]

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Do you know the symptoms of Ovarian Cancer?

Learn the common signs and symptoms of Ovarian Cancer and create awareness with our beautiful and bold Awareness Wings to your social media using hashtag #RockforROC Knowledge is Power. Printable download https://www.rocinc.org.au/portfolio/wings-of-awareness/

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Amazing the Ride 4 Research crew has raised $93,240.73

This is outstanding $93,240.73 has currently been raised for the Ride 4 Research with 15 days to go. The target is $100,000! Our volunteers and event organiser led by Professor Peter Reaburn will be riding from Canberra to Melbourne from 29 April to 8 May World Ovarian Cancer Awareness Day, over 900km in 9 days to raise funds for vital ovarian cancer research. There is no cure for Granulosa Cell Tumour (GCT), a rare ovarian cancer that has had very little awareness and research to help understand the disease. Clinicians are prescribing treatments based on “best guess” rather than facts. […]

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Ride 4 Research Rider Stephen Mitchell Auctions his Framed Sydney Sixers Team Signed Shirt for Ovarian Cancer Research For his Daughter

Stephen Mitchell’s Daughter Katelyn was diagnosed with Granulosa Cell Tumour (GCT), a rare ovarian cancer at 19 years old. This rare cancer receives very little awareness or funded research. Stephen is riding in the Ride 4 Research April 30 to May 8,  9 days and 900km to raise funds for vital GCT research. As part of his fundraising, Stephen has an online auction for 2014-2015 Framed Sydney Sixers Shirt signed by the team from his own collection. Just 3 days to go on this online auction. So jump on to the link below and start biding! 2014 15 Sydney Sixers […]

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Registration for Ride 4 Research Virtual Ride now open

Sign up now, FREE registration and help raise vital funds for rare ovarian cancer research. Calling all riders who want to have fun, get active and help accelerate ovarian cancer research by joining the Ride 4 Research Virtual Ride 2022. Sign up to take the challenge between April 30 to May 8 which is World Ovarian Cancer Day. You set your own goals and what you want to achieve. Most people are surprised to learn that ovarian cancer is not one disease but several distinct types and subtypes, each with their own prognosis, treatment and metastasis. Every pedal and dollar […]

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Why We Ride….. Katelyn was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at 19 years old.

Beginning on the 30 April 2022 riders from across Australia will be riding together to raise important funds for research into Granulosa Cell Tumours (GCT). Ride 4 Research: You may ask why do they ride? At just 19 years of age Katelyn was diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer called Granulosa Cell Tumour (GCT). By supporting this important initiative, you will be supporting research that could find important answers for possible treatments and diagnostic tools. Katelyn would also like to extend further gratitude to her Father who is one of the 12 riders in the Ride for Research […]

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