10K, 5K Race, Doyle Community Center, Sturgis Michigan, 5K Pump And Run, 1 Mile Fun Run, Ovarian Cancer Fundraiser
5K Run/Walk   5K Pump and Run   1 Mile Fun Run
Saturday, September 17, 2016   Sturgis, Michigan

Chasing the Cure for Ovarian Cancer is a non-profit organization holding events each September to fight ovarian cancer
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In our 7 year history, we have been able to raise over $54,000 in the fight against ovarian cancer!

In 2016, we're excited to again partner with the Michigan Ovarian Cancer Alliance, where the direct impact of donations stay in Michigan. The support and resources provided by the MIOCA will enhance the Chasing the Cure events and help us be even more effective in raising awareness and fighting ovarian cancer. This partnership is a win-win as both our organizations strive to impact ovarian cancer advocacy throughout Michigan. 2015 was our first year partnering with them.

MIOCA is a 501(c)3 non profit operated entirely by volunteers. Donations and participation fees paid to Chasing the Cure for Ovarian Cancer events are tax deductible and net proceeds from the events will go directly to MIOCA. Learn more at www.mioca.org.



From 2010-2014, all net proceeds from this race went directly to the New Horizons GYN Cancer Research Fund. This fund was instituted by the Gynecological Oncology Group (GOG) - the only National Cancer Institute cooperative cancer research group that focuses on women with pelvic malignancies such as cancer of the ovary, uterus and cervix.


Specifically, some of the funds were used for the GOG Young Investigators Awards. This award is given to an investigator who submits a project based on ancillary data used in previous studies.

We were honored to work with the GOG for our first 5 years and anticipate great things from their research and continued work fighting ovarian cancer.

For more information, contact Terra Draper or Leanne Barnell at chasingthecure@yahoo.com

It is estimated that over 22,000 women will be diagnosed with and 14,240 women will die of cancer of the ovary in 2016.
Symptoms are few and can be vague but they are there.     Click here for information from the National Cancer Institute.
Ovarian cancer whispers...so listen!

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