Changing Lives Through Ovarian Cancer Research – Main Campaign

All Fundraisers and Team totals contribute to this campaign

38.72% Raised
$11,614.95 donated of $30,000.00 goal
56 Donors

Changing lives through research

ROC Inc are aiming to raise $30,000 to help our partners, the Hudson Institute for Medical Research in Melbourne Australia, undertake enhanced DNA testing that could hold the answers for Rare Ovarian Cancer. Researchers have an opportunity to undertake this testing at a reduced cost and every dollar you can contribute counts.  Ovarian cancer does not discriminate, it affects women of all ages, and we need your help to shine a light and potentially change the lives of thousands of women.
For more information on the research Click Here.



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  1. I was diagnosed 6 years ago. It is honor and privilege to support Hudson Lab research. We have shared so much of our journey and ordeals. Now we can share hope.

  2. Almost missed this one Smithy; lost the phone. Congratulations on the effort and stay safe. Goffo.

  3. I’m a two time survivor of Granulosa cell Ovarian cancer. Hoping for successful research that’s helps prevent recurrence.

  4. I was first diagnosed with a large ruptured tumor in 2011. I was told it was not cancer. I had recurrence in 2019 with 20 cm tumor on my bladder. I did chemotherapy after. I’m following with my oncologist and have rising Inhibin levels. So blessed to have a group like this. Find A CURE!

  5. Celebrating 6 years GCT cancer free after Stage 3 finding .08 mm in my lymph node….because doc was not up to date on “research” saying not to remove lymph nodes. Yay!!

  6. My daughter is a 6 year JGCT survivor. So happy there is some dedicated research happening about this ROC!

  7. I was diagnosed 4/2020 and recurrence 6/2021. My wish is that all afflicted and their families be given hope-it’s priceless.

  8. I found a painted rock in Cowra yesterday and I had surgery for endometrial uterine cancer last year

  9. Recently been diagnosed with with GCT. Now has been removed, now has made me aware how much research is needed fir GCT.

  10. I have recently been diagnosed with GCT which has now been removed. I realise how vital the research is needed. Thank you.

  11. I’m donating after finding a beautiful painted rock that I wanted to keep. I will paint others to spread the word ❤️

  12. A person is a person. No matter how rare ROC is, these women and little girls should be given as much a chance as possible.

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