Janet's message inspires us all to continue the fight against ovarian cancer. She devoted her heart and soul to the South Carolina Ovarian Cancer Foundation.
SCOCF Spokesperson Andie MacDowell
Andie serves on our Board of Directors and she serves a 'Spokesperson for the South Carolina Ovarian Cancer Foundation'. View our new Awareness Ads here!
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Our 2015 National Conference website is now live! Expand this entry to find a preview of our agenda, information about the conference hotel, links to register and more. We also have information about our 2015 scholarship program.
Just a few spots are left! Register today! On March 9-10, 2015, join survivors, caregivers and the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance in Washington, DC, to advocate for the programs and research that pave the way for better treatments for ovarian cancer. Your elected officials need to hear from YOU in 2015 to ensure that ovarian cancer research and education programs remain a Congressional priority.
Join us February 18 as we celebrate the 10th annual Turn Up the Heat: A Celebration of Women Chefs. Savor the best dishes and drinks prepared by women from DC's top restaurants--all while supporting a worthy cause. Click the plus sign for a link to learn more and purchase your tickets to Turn Up the Heat.