We can't thank the Durst Organization enough for their generosity in providing this scope of attention to ovarian cancer, states David Barley, CEO of the NOCC.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 21, 2017
The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition is excited to announce that One World Trade Center, along with other iconic buildings throughout New York City, will be lit in teal on Friday, September 22nd to honor and recognize Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. This amazing and impactful display will be seen by millions of people, and is sure to bring awareness to this disease that more than 220,000 women are currently fighting for their lives against in the US alone.
“With nearly 70% of diagnosis happening in later stages when prognosis is poor, earlier awareness of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer is of the utmost importance in the battle against this disease,” states David Barley, CEO of the NOCC. “We can’t thank the Durst Organization enough for their generosity in providing this scope of attention to ovarian cancer. “
In addition to One World Trade Center, the Durst Organization is also lighting two other buildings at One Bryant Park and 4 Times Square. This incredible display continues the momentum that began this month with the ringing of the opening NASDAQ bell on September 1st. The NOCC’s September Awareness campaign, Not Knowing is Killing Us, #KnowOvarian, which focuses on three fundamental earlier awareness initiatives – the lack of an early detection test, the signs and symptoms of the disease, and genetic predisposition – has garnered national press coverage in print, broadcast, and digital media. To learn more about ovarian cancer and how you can join the fight, contact the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition by calling 888-OVARIAN or go to give.ovarian.org.
About the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition
For more than 25 years, the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition has been committed to raising awareness, promoting education, and funding research in support of women, families, and communities touched by ovarian cancer. The NOCC is well established as an important national advocate for patients and families struggling with ovarian cancer. The NOCC remains steadfast in its mission “to save lives by fighting tirelessly to prevent and cure ovarian cancer and to improve the quality of life for survivors.” For more information, please visit http://www.ovarian.org and follow the NOCC on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.