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Each year, about 1300 Australian women find out they have ovarian cancer. Tragically 70% will die.
Louise Ruth Quinn, 33, was admitted to the Royal Women's Hospital on 1 May, 2013 complaining of abdominal pain and fatigue. 12 days later she died as a result of ovarian cancer.
Louise Quinn, Image from The Royal Women's Hospital website
On 26 July, Giving Gold For Lou fundraiser will take place from 10.00am to 4.00pm at Brown Hill Community Hall to raise increase public awareness and knowledge of ovarian cancer.
This will be a family event featuring more than 20 market stalls, book and jumble sale, children's corner, face painting, henna tattoos, busking musicians, sausage sizzle, light refreshments, official ovarian cancer merchandise and special appearances from Peppa and George Pig and Dora The Explorer.
Maggie Blankey and Terry Heard, Image from The Royal Women's Hospital website