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Press: Ovarian Cancer Action…

…have published my story.

If you don’t already know the story behind my diagnosis or the time it took for my symptoms to be recognised as ovarian cancer please have a read…

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“I want more women to be aware of the symptoms of ovarian cancer and for more healthcare professionals to recognise that young women, especially those with a family history, are also at risk of this terrible disease.”

Fiona Munro, 30, was diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer last month. Despite a family history of the disease, her young age meant that medical professionals initially dismissed ovarian cancer as a possibility.

Please share her story and help raise awareness – ovarian cancer can affect young women too!

Visit our website for lots of advice, information and support for young women diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

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That’s one more step to raising awareness about ovarian cancer in young women.

love and light, Fi xx

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Press: Just Giving

Just Giving have published my story for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Have a read…

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30-year-old Fi is battling stage 4 ovarian cancer. Not only is she raising money to thank the Macmillan Cancer Support nurses who have been there for her, she’s raising awareness so every women knows the symptoms.

Every year, 7,000 women in the UK are diagnosed, and 4,300 women die of ovarian cancer – that’s 12 women every day. Do you know the symptoms? Take a look at Fi’s fundraising page and find out more – http://just.ly/support-Fi

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love and light, Fi xx