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“Missed by Many, Loved by All” Nancy Regester Yeary (1955-2010) The Globe-athon would not have been possible without the generous support of Bob Yeary, who was inspired by his wife’s battle with ovarian cancer to found the Nancy Yeary Women’s Cancer Research Foundation in her memory. By ...
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My name is Kirby Leigh Jacobs and I am a senior at the University of Michigan in the Ross School of Business. My mom is my best friend, hero, the strongest/most beautiful woman I know and also has Ovarian Cancer. I feel like the luckiest girl to have her as my mom, but I hope...
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I am a daydreamer, a reformed worrier, an optimistic realist, a “what-iffer,” a writer. I am a mother and a wife and a grandmother, a storyteller and a writing mentor, a slow but constant reader and a quick study. I am also an ovarian cancer survivor. It is the least of who I am but...
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I am a young, reasonably healthy woman. However, I’ve had a recent realization of just how little I really know about my body. When I started working for a media production company in Washington, D.C. this spring, one of my first tasks was helping to wrap up production on No Evidence of ...
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“Cancer is not a game of winners and losers. If you live you “win” and if you die you “lose”? How inappropriate is that?” Dr. Michael Wosnick  – In honor of our dear loving friend, Vivian V. A close family friend passed away last week, someone who I admired greatly. She was ...
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