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Welcome to our exciting Walk for One Million blog. Here we'll be keeping you up-to-date with all the action and preparation from some of the wonderful participants. Please note - this blog is not currently being updated, until we launch WFOM 2013. Watch this space!

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Debs de Vries - Tutus and Tiaras
I'd like to tell you about my team, "Tutus and Tiaras" - a trio of Target Ovarian Cancer supporters each with a story to tell and  each with a reason to Walk for One Million.   I'm Debs - and the idea of "Tutus and Tiaras" as a team name was borne when I decided to...

Posted: Wed 19th Sep 12 16:09
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Lucy Kearney - I'm walking for my mum
I still remember the awful, gut wrenching moment when I received the phone call from my Dad in December 2009 to tell me that Mum had been in hospital all day with abdominal pain. Shortly afterwards, she was diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer. I knew enough about cancer stages to know that stage...

Posted: Fri 7th Sep 12 12:47
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Jonathan James - 'The most important blog I'll ever post'
If you're a woman, you need to read this. If you're not, if you have a family member who's a woman, you need to read it too! The Walk for One Million takes place on Sunday 7th October 2012 at Knebworth Park. It's all about Ovarian Cancer (OC).  OC kills over 6,500 women in the UK each year....

Posted: Thu 6th Sep 12 13:45
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Claire Kearney on why she's taking part in the Walk for One Million
Sue, our beautiful mummy and wife, was diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer in Jan 2010 and she fought amazingly well. Double doses of chemo for a year, the first keyhole surgery ever performed at Southend University Hospital for a hysterectomy and a steely determination throughout (we often...

Posted: Fri 31st Aug 12 09:25
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