The ROC Inc family and community are devastated by the loss of a very special member of ROC Inc, Maree Prentice. Maree was a founding Director of ROC Inc. and active fundraising committee member. Her commitment and passion to raise awareness and to help raise much needed research funding for ovarian cancer was unwavering even as she went through her own treatments for ovarian cancer. Maree supported and shared her knowledge with so many that were on their ovarian cancer journey . She shared her energy and vibrant nature with everyone that was lucky enough to meet her. Our thoughts […]
Show your support for ovarian cancer awareness and buy an awareness pin $4.00 each. Why not get your workplace, family or friends involved and get a box of 20 to sell. All money raised going toward our funding efforts to raise $30,000 for enhanced tumour DNA test for a rare ovarian cancer Granulosa Cell Tumour (GCT). Order yours now!
February is ovarian cancer awareness month, it is an important time at Rare Ovarian Cancer Inc. (ROC Inc), we are passionate about bringing more attention to awareness and to highlight why funded research is so crucial. Ovarian cancer affects females of all ages from babies to post-menopausal women. Have you or someone you care about been impacted by ovarian cancer? Sharing your experience and knowledge with others can have a big impact. You can play an important part in raising awareness in your community about ovarian cancer to help we have created free printable resources posters, bunting and awareness ribbons […]
Oak Flats Newsagency is spreading HOPE for a brighter future for ovarian cancer patients and their families. Victor the owner of Oak Flats Newsagency said he is more than happy to support such a worthy cause by selling the crochet Hope Bears for Rare Ovarian Cancer Inc- more fondly known as ROC Inc to raise money for vital ovarian cancer research. Oak Flats businesses, community groups and the community have been such a great support since ROC Inc was founded in 2018 by an Oak Flats Mum because her daughter was diagnosed at 16 years old with ovarian cancer that […]
Australian researchers at the Hudson Institute of Medical Research are leading the way for Granulosa Cell Tumour (GCT), a rare ovarian cancer. The researchers have an opportunity to undertake enhanced DNA testing called Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) that could hold the answers for both subtypes of GCT adult GCT and Juvenile GCT. ROC Inc. aim is to raise the $30,000 needed to help get this testing underway. With no effective treatments for this recurrent cancer, we need to act now to save lives. Every dollar you can contribute counts. Donation Page Donate now or start your own fundraiser or team.
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