I would just like to thank target ovarian cancer for flying me over to newcastle next weekend to give an address and meet other women like myself and have a lovely day with them all. so looking forward to it.Have been to stormont this week and addressed the n.ireland assembly about raising profile of ovarian cancer. I am giving an address to belfast city council on monday night and having dinner with them afterwards ovarian cancer is on their agenda to debate.The assembly member is setting me up for a meeting with edwin poots the minister of health in n. ireland.All the partys are having a big debate in march ovarian cancer awareness month and i have been invited! I always thought one voice could not achieve much but I know now one voice is better than no voice so will keep on until something is set in place to educate women in the early signs of ovarian cancer and in doing so maybe bring the statistics down to an acceptable level.The profile here in n, ireland ia worse than the rest of the uk. .37% of women were not confident of knowing the signs at all!! this has to change and by golly I will keep trying just to do that.
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