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The 13th Annual Teal Power 5K Run & Walk is a fun event for Ovarian Cancer Awareness hosted by the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Greater Cincinnati honoring those touch by this disease.
All paid participants will receive a complimentary T-Shirt at the event, while supplies last. If you are a survivor (any woman who has been diagnosed with ovarian or gynecological cancer), join us as our honorary guests. Your registration will be free. You must register to get a special T-shirt and gift.
Let's make this the biggest gathering yet!
The Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Greater Cincinnati
The OCAGC is a non-profit ovarian cancer resource organization whose mission is to create public awareness to the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer; to provide support, resources, and education to ovarian cancer survivors and caregivers; and to fund research focused on early detection and a cure. For more information, please go to our web site, www.TealPower.org
If you are a survivor (any woman who has been diagnosed with ovarian or gynecological cancer), join us as our honorary guests. Your registration will be free. You must register to get a special T-shirt and gift. On the day of the event, please check-in at the survivor tent to receive these items.
The Best Prevention is early detection...Pap Tests Do Not Detect Ovarian Cancer
There is no screening method for early detection of ovarian cancer. The symptoms of the disease are vague, and are not always gynecologic. Research shows that women with ovarian cancer often report having one or more of the following symptoms so remember BEAT:
• B - Bloating that is persistent and doesn't come and go
• E - Eating less and feeling fuller.
• A - Abdominal or pelvic pain.
• T - Take action and see your doctor, preferably a gynecologist, if these symptoms are unusual for you and occur almost daily for more than a few weeks.
Additional symptoms reported by women with ovarian cancer include fatigue, indigestion, back pain, pain with intercourse, constipation and menstrual irregularities.
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