…about medical issues, and we talked a lot abot her illness,” says Tom, who runs the foundation. ” She hatched the idea. She thought if other women could be helped, that would be a valuable thing.”
Tom says he’s learned that “there are some things that can be done to hopefully prevent [ovarian cancer] or try to catch it earlier.”
As in Julie’s case, most ovarian cancers are detected at later stages because symptoms aren’t easy to detect and screenings are often unreliable, Tom says.
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