It’s better to ask too many questions than not enough!
Great article in The Age talking about Ovarian Cancer signs and symptoms https://www.theage.com.au/lifestyle/health-and-wellness/emma-put-her-missed-periods-down-to-stress-months-later-she-was-diagnosed-with-cancer-20220624-p5awgn.html?fbclid=IwAR2MfOWWs923nQmvwYd1NBxYLMXX5MC9Nl8oGx5FZQobkEFMnBoXNhHVdHA&mibextid=DqYSjB&fs=e&s=clRead More
S.H.E Funds Survivors Teaching Students Program® in Tasmania
S.H.E is delighted to announce our support in funding the delivery of the Survivors Teaching Students Program® led by ANZGOG and the University of Tasmania. This article was originally published by ANZGOG. You can access it here Survivors of ovarian and other gynaecological cancers from across the state are set to bravely share their very…Read More
Ultimate foundation of hope – High tea for hope 2019
Ultimate Foundation of Hope’s High Tea for Hope is back for another year. We are excited to be at a new venue and offering 2 sitting times this year. All money raised at this event will assist us with support and workshops for women and their families affected by Gynaecological Cancer here in Tasmania (the…Read More
Inspiring woman Katrina Driessen
At a recent Women’s Business Network meeting I heard inspiring woman Katrina Driessen speak about her not for profit Ultimate Foundation of Hope and fundraising efforts to support Ovarian Cancer Australia. I was impressed by her drive and vision, and thought my client base really should hear more about Ovarian Cancer. So “over to you…Read More