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Women have balls. They’re called ovaries. Ladyballs represent women’s grit and bravery. Let’s give them the awareness they deserve.
Get to know more about what makes people – ovaries, and a whole lot of chutzpah. That’s what ladyballs are all about. Here's what you need to know about ovarian cancer, a disease that kills 5 Canadian women every day. Ovarian cancer is the most fatal women’s cancer in Canada, yet there is no reliable test for this disease. In fact, outcomes haven’t changed much in the last 50 years. It’s a downright injustice. But there is something you can do about it.
Read on to discover just how important it is to advocate for your health. Then show your ladyballs by joining this important movement, whether it’s by sharing what you learned or giving generously to ensure everyone knows the facts.
It takes ladyballs to learn about ovarian cancer. Here’s what you need to know and why everyone should care about this disease.
When people have the ladyballs to talk about ovarian cancer, great things happen. See what can be accomplished by working together.
Your generous contribution helps keep the conversation going, to reach even more Canadians with what they need to know about ladyballs.
Members of the media can take awareness even further. View available assets and find out how you can bring your audience this important message about ovarian cancer.
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Have the ladyballs to talk about ovarian cancer when you see awareness ads in the media.