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2018 Turning-the-Tide Retreat

A Retreat in New England for Women Living with Ovarian Cancer

Registration begins July 1, 2018: See details on the main page





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You are cordially invited to the

12TH ANNUAL LEARNING FOR LIVING SYMPOSIUM

Saturday, September 15 at 8:00 am
Four Seasons Hotel Ballroom, Boston, MA

You and a guest are invited to a forum hosted for ovarian cancer patients and survivors where the most recent updates and information will be presented by medical experts in the field of gynecological oncology and treatment.

Registration and continental breakfast will start at 8:00 am
The Symposium will start promptly at 8:30 am
 Lunch will be provided to all attendees in the 
Aujourd'hui Dining Room at the close of the Symposium

Reduced Valet Parking Rate of $30 will be offered at the Hotel

This event is open to survivors, patients, care partners and health care professionals working with ovarian cancer patients.

The Agenda will be posted on our website when we get closer to the event.

Click here to reserve your space:

You can also call or email:

susan@ovationsforthecure.org
508-655-5412



THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS FOR THEIR CONTINUED SUPPORT!
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Turn Up the Heat Boston
Join us for an unforgettable night!
May 8, 2018
6:30 – 8:30PM
Boston College Club
36th Floor
100 Federal Street
Boston, MA 02110

A NIGHT OF TASTINGS:

  • Female chefs, mixologists, and restaurateurs!
  • One important cause
  • And you!
Together, We Will Make a DifferenceTurn Up the Heat is an important fundraiser for Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance and is vital as we continue our work on behalf of ovarian cancer survivors. As proud of we are of our accomplishments, there is still so much we need to learn and do to change the course of this disease. Your support allows us to continue to educate and serve ovarian cancer patients, survivors and caregivers, as well as the thousands whose lives will be touched by ovarian cancer this year.
For ticket information, follow this link.




May 23, 2018: Temple Beth Elohim will host this Oneinforty symposium to educate the community about Ashkenazi Jews' one-in-forty risk of inheriting a BRCA gene mutation. People who have a BRCA mutation are at high risk for developing ovarian, prostate and male and female breast cancer that, in many cases, can be prevented or detected early.
Come learn about genetic counseling, screening for BRCA mutations, misconceptions about hereditary cancer, how BRCA-positive individuals can manage their risk of developing cancer, emotional support resources available for you and your family and the new BRCA Founder Outreach (BFOR) Study being conducted by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Jewish cancer survivors who have a BRCA gene mutation will also share their stories. Following presentations by each of the panelist, there will be a Q&A session.

To register, follow this link.





OCRFA's (Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance) Ovarian Cancer National Conference, July 13-15, Washington, D.C.

Join ovarian cancer survivors, caregivers, researchers and healthcare providers at OCRFA’s Ovarian Cancer National Conference – an informative and transformative weekend of hope, inspiration and fun.
Get a front row seat at expert plenary and breakout sessions, from the newly-expanded Ask the Experts, to sessions on understanding PARP inhibitors, and sexual health after cancer. Learn new and empowering information while meeting others who have also been touched by ovarian cancer.
Sign up by April 30th to take advantage of $185 Early Bird Registration. A limited number of rooms are available at a special discount rate at the Hyatt Regency Washington.



The Massachusetts chapter of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition welcomes you to join in on their 20th Annual Run/Walk To Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer.
Sunday, September 9, 2018
DCR's Mother's Rest Area, South Boston












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