“I knew ovarian cancer urgently needed public attention.”
Kelli Sargent’s mother’s story in the Huffington Post is echoes so many other articles I’ve posted:
Mom would be alive today if we had known the signs of ovarian cancer or if there were a reliable test.
Kelli mentions yet another instance where it takes a diagnosis to realize the information deficit.
My mom’s dream became spreading life-saving awareness of ovarian cancer to as many people as possible. It was my dream too.
I mentioned this before and I will say it again. WAITING UNTIL DIAGNOSIS IS TOO LATE. Awareness is key to prevention.
I never planned to be passive in promoting my mission. It’s becoming even more evident that pure aggression is the only way to solve close this information gap.