An Invitation to:

 

OVARIAN CANCER SURVIVORS, FAMILY MEMBERS & FRIENDS

The Ovarian Cancer Orange County Alliance (OCOCA) invites you to join in bringing awareness of this life-threatening disease to others. Your story is unique and your experience can touch others and save lives.

Ovarian cancer is NOT a silent disease. There are symptoms, but most don’t recognize them. Your symptoms – your diagnosis – your treatment – your survival - can serve as a wake-up call and inspiration to others.

OCOCA is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that promotes education and awareness of ovarian cancer. Our mission is to save lives by educating the community about the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer and reach out to newly diagnosed women and those in treatment.

The OCOCA Speakers Bureau welcomes your participation, and no public speaking experience is necessary. We provide guidance and encouragement as you tailor your personal ovarian cancer story to our target audiences throughout the community.

To learn more about OCOCA, visit our website at www.ovarianoc.org. To become a volunteer with our Speakers Bureau, phone 714/974-0697 or e mail us at ovarianoc@aol.com.

OCOCA’S general meeting is held the fourth Wednesday of the month, 6:30 p.m., at Hoag Cancer Center, 1 Hoag Drive, Newport Beach. We encourage you to attend, learn about what we do, and how you can make a life-saving difference to other women.
 

 

 

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