Kristen Larsen passed away from advanced Ovarian Cancer in late 2019. She believed that death was not a reflection of losing a battle or a fight. In fact, she despised that terminology. Cancer did not beat Kristen, she beat cancer by living an incredible life. Hear her story along with other young women – they could be your sister, wife, mother, daughter.
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Complementary therapies and doing your research
Sherry Pollex persisted for months to finally get the diagnosis of ovarian cancer. She explains her journey and her choice to pursue complementary therapies. Dr Michelle Lockley is an oncologist from St Bart’s hospital and an advanced clinician scienti...
Body confidence post diagnosis
Elly Mayday passed away at age 30, less than a year after this conversation was recorded. Elly was a powerhouse in the ovarian cancer community as a successful plus size pinup model, she used her extensive media following to document her journey with o...
Shauna O’Hara Freeman knew something wasn’t right and faced a tough six-month battle to be taken seriously and get the health care she needed. Shauna discusses the cruel landscape of ovarian cancer and how it takes its toll not just on the woman, but t...
Surviving and raising awareness
Meredith Mitstifer struggled with infertility issues, and finally became pregnant, then received a diagnosis of Ovarian Cancer. Hear her story of survival and giving back to the community. Audra Moran and Sarah DeFeo from the Ovarian Cancer Research Al...
Taking back control
Nora McMahon was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer and founded the Cancer grad movement. Psychotherapist Dr. Julie Larson specialises in adolescent and young adult cancer, and offers her advice on how to deal with a diagnosis and take back control.
Kristen Larsen was 21 when she was diagnosed with advanced Ovarian Cancer. She passed away in late 2019.
Kristen believed that death was not a reflection of losing a battle or a fight. In fact, she despised that terminology. Cancer did not beat Krist...
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What an amazing young woman Kristen was- to leave such a legacy is a testament to herself .
Such a reality check
Makes you realise how quickly life can change and how lucky you are to be healthy.
Inspirational, cannot wait to hear more incredible life stories