Tasha Armour founder and CEO of Rare Ovarian Cancer Incorporated – ROC Inc. talks to three leading international experts on Granulosa Cell Tumours GCT. Dr Simon Chu research head of Hormone Cancer Therapeutic Laboratory at the Hudson Institute of Medical Research. Professor Peter Fuller AM is physician-scientist who leads the Centre for Endocrinology and Metabolism at the Hudson Institute of Medical Research. Head of Endocrinology Unit, Monash Health Professor Tom Jobling OAM, Director of Gynaecology Oncology at Monash Health Granulosa Cell Tumour GCT has two subtypes adult aGCT and juvenile jGCT this is an opportunity to hear about what the […]
Tasha Armour Rare Ovarian cancer Incorporated – ROC Inc. founder and CEO recognised for her tireless advocacy for ovarian cancer awareness this has earnt her a special Australia Day honour. Check out 10Daily’s powerful ovarian cancer video which Tasha is one of the six women that are featured. The ROC Inc team was apart of Shellharbour City Councils Australia Day celebrations to cheer on Tasha receiving the Australian Citizen of the Year but also encouraging hundreds of people that came to the Bendigo Bank tent to have their photo taken in front of the Ovarian cancer Awareness Wings. The symptoms […]
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World Ovarian Cancer Awareness Day May 8th Ovarian cancer can affect females of any age. Two Australian girls are painting rocks for a massive “Rock Drop” on May 8th for World Ovarian cancer Day. This awareness initiative by Rare Ovarian Cancer Incorporated (ROC Inc) and its Facebook group called Rock for ROC where the over 3500 members paint rocks and places them out into the community to bring awareness to ovarian cancer, its symptoms and highlights that babies and children also get this insidious disease. Neve from Bendigo, Victoria was diagnosed at 11 months old and Mikayla from Shellharbour, NSW […]