Today, thousands of Canadian women are living with ovarian cancer.
I was one of the lucky ones. I had a rare, slow growing cancer that we caught at stage one. Most other women don't discover it until stage three or stage four because the symptoms are so difficult to recognize.
I was in the middle of training for the 2018 Boston Marathon when ovarian cancer sidelined me. I roared back and requalified, and finally ran the Boston Marathon last fall.
There is still more funding needed so we're going back on the road and we're heading to Chicago. The Chicago Marathon is on October 9th and I will be there to complete my second World Marathon Major and raise money for Ovarian Cancer Canada.
Thank you for donating to a future without ovarian cancer!
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