Tell Every Amazing Lady® elevates women’s health through ovarian cancer resources & beyond.
We offer women’s health and wellness services, including public awareness and education of the signs, symptoms and risk factors of ovarian cancer, provide support to those impacted by the disease and raise funds for research in order to find a screening test and a cure.
Provides awareness about the signs, symptoms, and risk factors of ovarian cancer in order to promote early detection of this deadly disease and save lives.
Provides support and resources to those touched by ovarian cancer including survivors, patients, caregivers and families.
The 15th Annual Brooklyn T.E.A.L.® Walk/Run™ Celebration is over but you can still help us reach our $200,000 goal.
Exciting events this September!
September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and we have so much planned for you!
Our T.E.A.L.® Walk™ Program will be in Brooklyn, NY; Litchfield, Connecticut; and Savannah, Georgia so far this year! Plus, stay tuned for our major public awareness campaigns going on all month long including lighting up New York City!
Our weekly free workshop schedule is also updated often on our website calendar.
Have you seen Josephine the dragon?
Follow Josephine the Dragon and her motorcycle on their journey to raise awareness for ovarian cancer.
Why do we Tell Every Amazing Lady®?
“My name is Louisa McGregor. I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer on Friday, April 27, 2007, which changed my life and the lives of all those around me forever.
I am driven to educate, promote early detection, and promote prevention and awareness to all women regarding this disease. KNOWLEDGE IS POWER!”
Louisa lost her almost four year battle with ovarian cancer on March 8th, 2011. Tell Every Amazing Lady About Ovarian Cancer Louisa M. McGregor Ovarian Cancer Foundation will continue on and Louisa will never be forgotten. Louisa was our Amazing Lady!
HOW TO DETECT OVARIAN CANCER
Are you paying attention to ovarian cancer? It’s important to make sure every amazing lady is aware of ovarian cancer symptoms and risks.