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Ovarian cancer will be diagnosed in 1 of 72 women; 14,000 will die. Please know the symptoms and risk factors: read Outshine: An Ovarian Cancer Memoir. Books at www.amazon.com. ALL PROCEEDS GO TO GYNECOLOGIC CANCER RESEARCH. I am a member of Rave Reviews Book Club and Rave Writers International Society of Authors, and Patient Leadership Council. I WILL NOT USE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE THAN CONTACTING YOU DIRECTLY. ALL ORIGINAL CONTENT COPYRIGHT 2011 THROUGH 2018.

Sunday, May 21, 2017



HOPE IS...living with courage and confidence, not fear.  
                                                                                  (Penny Boldrey, cancer survivor)

HOPE IS...being able to see that there is light despite all the darkness around.
                                                                                  (Desmond Tutu)

HOPE IS...accepting finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.
                                                                                  (Rev. Martin Luther King)

Whenever we are faced with a challenge (illness, divorce, job loss, untimely death, etc) we always have a choice to make: how are we going to face it? 

             1. Will we give up before we even begin to fight?
             2. We will blame God, others, or doctors and not take on any self-responsibility?
             3. Will we try to be better people? Help others? Learn from our situation?

Cancer is certainly not the only challenge a person could face, yet it creates more fear than any other disease or disaster. Hope is the key to each of the individuals here below:

My dear friend, Marilyn (left) faced her journey with ovarian cancer 
with humor, optimism, and died with dignity.

This young girl will do a ballet dance despite her loss of her ability
to use her legs. She and the wheelchair will dance!

Tim Nurse hopes to be back on the ice rink after winning the game
against mantle cell Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma cancer.

What can we do to help people keep their hopes alive? 
     1. Support them with love and positivity.
       2. Financially donate to research and help to families.
       3. Encourage them with your presence and help.
       4. Pray for them.

I encourage financial donations to any and all of the following:
            Dr. Robert Holloway's ovarian cancer research program at Florida South Hospital
                     Cancer Institute.
            Ovarian Cancer Research Fund
            St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
            GoFundMe.com for Tim Nurse https://www.gofundme.com/timnurse

All proceeds from the sale of my book, "Outshine: An Ovarian Cancer Memoir" goes to Dr. Holloway's cancer research program.
For a signed paperback copy, please contact me at kareningalls1941@gmail.com or purchase an ebook at https://www.amazon.com/Outshine-Ovarian-Cancer-Karen-Ingalls-ebook/dp/B00KI1HGZI/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1495382166&sr=8-10&keywords=ovarian+cancer+books

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