National Teal Talk Day
Let's talk. Every year, over 249,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer worldwide, and Teal Talk Day is September 23rd. So, gather your friends, wear teal for a day out together and talk for a day.
For lunch, join a group of co-workers. Both male and female men are welcome. They have mothers, wives, daughters, and sisters who are at risk of ovarian cancer. They should have the Teal Talk, too! Since no such test exists for ovarian cancer, education is the best defense. The talk takes place in a very short amount of time. Have a Teal Talk over lunch. About 28 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the first year.
In the back yard, invite your closest friends, neighbors, and sisters for drinks. Wear your favorite teal and give the Teal Talk. Early detection helps with survival rates by 90%. Let them know early detection helps improves survival rates by 90%. Make sure they know the signs and symptoms.
- Persistent bloating
- Lack of energy
- Loss of appetite
- Feeling fuller sooner rather than later
Find more signs at Ovarcome.org during your Teal Talk at Teal Talk.org.
With your mom and her children, go for a walk. Even a short walk would be long enough for a Teal Talk. Ask them about family history and encourage them to share it with their children and grandchildren. Urge them to see their gynecologist to look at family history for inherited risk factors. According to the National Cancer Institute, families with a strong history of ovarian or breast cancer have a 15-40% lifetime risk compared to the general population.
How to be a teal talk day?
Find out more details at Ovarcome.org and have the Teal Talk with the people in your lives. www.ovarcome.org To post on social media, use #TealTalkDay to tweet.
- Discuss the signs and symptoms. If you have any of the signs, don't hesitate to see a doctor
- Encourage the women in your household to continue their regular exams
- Learn more about ovarian cancer
- Support groups are researching drugs, a cure, and advanced screening techniques
- Support those who are ill
- Help others by posting your story to help others
Shannon Miller, founder of Ovarcome and ovarian cancer survivor Shannon Miller, share some inspiration in this short video to get off #TealTalkDay.
All women diagnosed with ovarian cancer also have Teal Talk Day on October 19 in honor of all women diagnosed with ovarian cancer. On September 23rd, but also every day, Ovarcome encourages you to discuss ovarian cancer. Every day is a good day to discuss ovarian cancer. For news, education, news, and Teal celebrations, visit Ovarcome on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. We can Ovarcome together, we can Ovarcome!
The teal talk day is a celebration that has a long tradition
Teal Talk Day was established by Ovarcome to raise the threat of ovarian cancer and encourage people to discuss it. Be empowered. With no screening currently available, Ovarcome wants you to be on top of your symptoms. You can help save a life.
Ovarcome was established on February 23, 2012, and it was established on February 23, 2012. Ovarcome began this national and international movement in 2017 in honor of five years of service to the ovarian cancer community. Ovarian cancer is a Silent Disease, but Ovarcome encourages you to be VOCAL about it. In the absence of a screening test, education and education can help women and families cope with the disease. Teal Talk Day brings that knowledge and understanding to you.