Saturday, November 26, 2022
Sarah Greene encourages women to recognise the symptoms of ovarian cancer

Sarah Greene encourages women to recognise the symptoms of ovarian cancer

TELEVISION presenter Sarah Greene is encouraging women to recognise the symptoms of ovarian cancer and to spread the word to family and friends. Sarah who is a patron of the charity Target Ovarian Cancer said:

“Cancer continues to claim lives regardless of the pandemic. As resources within the NHS are stretched to their limits, charities like Target Ovarian Cancer need your help more than ever before. Please help us raise awareness and raise funds. Whilst we are all fighting coronavirus, Target Ovarian Cancer is putting the needs of women with ovarian cancer before all else.”

“In 2010 my mother, the actress Marjie Lawrence, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer just three weeks before she died. Had we and her doctors been aware of the symptoms, Marjie might be alive today. If diagnosed at the earliest stage, 9 in 10 women will survive. But two thirds of women are diagnosed late, when the cancer is harder to treat.”

“This March, for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, I’m writing to ask your readers to take just two minutes of their time to learn the symptoms and spread the word to their families and friends. The main symptoms of ovarian cancer are: persistent bloating, feeling full or having difficulty eating, tummy pain, and needing to wee more often or more urgently.”

If you believe in a future where every woman diagnosed with ovarian cancer has the best chance of survival, please show your support and visit


Sarah Greene, Target Ovarian Cancer Patron

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