Ovarian Cancer

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Fri January 17, 2014

Fern Kupfer: Leaving Long Island

Fern Kupfer’s latest book is a memoir that transports readers to Long Island in the 1950s. Charity Nebbe talks with the Ames author as she reflects on past experiences in her life, including the period she discovered she was BRCA positive, a genetic marker for cancer.

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Talk of Iowa
11:14 am
Wed January 23, 2013

Fern Kupfer: Leaving Long Island

Fern Kupfer’s latest book is a memoir that transports readers to Long Island in the 1950s. Charity Nebbe talks with the Ames author as she reflects on past experiences in her life, including the period she discovered she was BRCA positive, a genetic marker for cancer.

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Talk of Iowa
11:37 am
Mon September 24, 2012

Ovarian Cancer Awareness

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More than 14,000 women in the United States die from Ovarian cancer every year. Host Charity Nebbe talks with Jodie Kavensky, from Davenport, who lost her mother to Ovarian Cancer. Kavensky is now dedicating her life to raising awareness about this deadly disease through the NormaLeah Foundation. Then, two Ovarian cancer survivors, Kerri Stevens and Laura Shawver, share their personal stories.