An early detection test has the potential to save 8,000 women over the next decade, as it will allow the cancer to be caught in its earliest stages, when it is more treatable and less likely to return. Currently, the majority of diagnoses are made in the advanced stages of the disease.
With over 1,000 lives cut short by ovarian cancer each year, we are calling on 1,000 Frockers to be part of this year's event and raise much needed funds to help save more lives from this disease.
Every dollar raised by Frocktober participants ("Frockers") will help fund life-saving ovarian cancer research and change the future for Aussie women and girls.
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Why I frock up - Liz Paganoni
It’s been 20 years since my mum died of ovarian cancer, but I think about her every day. And now, two decades later, I know so many women in the same situation. That’s why I’m getting loud this Frocktober — for my mum, for my friends, for my kids, and for everyone whose loved one has been taken from them due to ovarian cancer.
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