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October 20, 2021 in News

NOCC on ESPN Beyond Sports Radio

ESPN Beyond Sports host, Hannah Stanley, interviews gynecologic oncologist Dr. Kathryn Mills of the University of Chicago Medicine and ovarian cancer survivor and Team Teal runner Emily Tropp. Dr. Mills gives an excellent overview of ovarian cancer from a physician's perspective. Emily shares her personal story of diagnosis, treatment, recovery, and overcoming challenges, like preparing to run the Chicago Half…
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October 12, 2021 in News

MSAB Member Jennifer Barton, PhD profiled in Fall 2021 Biz Tucson

BIO5 director Jennifer Batton is a unique force in the halls of academia. Her background spans both the private and public sectors, from the practical to the theoretical, from electrical engineering to optical sciences to biomedical engineering.
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September 1, 2021 in News

President Biden Declares September 2021 National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Every year, thousands of women in the United States are diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Like all cancers, ovarian cancer is brutal and cruel, inflicting pain and hardship for women and their families. Like so many families, my family and I know the pain of cancer all too well. During National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, we honor the courage of those…
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August 25, 2021 in News

Sixth Annual Ride for Hope Raises Funds to Support NOCC’s Faces of Hope Program

The sixth annual Ride for Hope, a 501(c)3 motorcycle ride and celebration, conceived and organized by JuliAnne Scully, National Ovarian Cancer Coalition(NOCC) Board Member, raised $30,000. Proceeds will benefit this year's nominated recipient, a West Chicago woman and her family, and the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition's Faces of Hope Program.
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