Australian fashion brand launches awareness campaign for ovarian cancer 

16 Apr 2021
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In partnership with UNSW and Associate Professor Caroline Ford, CAMILLA AND MARC has launched the Ovaries. Talk about them campaign
In Australia, three women die from ovarian cancer every day, and close to 300,000 women are diagnosed every year. With minimal warning signs, no early detection test, limited funding and no cure, once ovarian cancer is diagnosed, it is often too late. 

Co-founders of their eponymous fashion brand and brother-sister duo Marc Freeman and Camilla Freeman-Topper lost their mother to ovarian cancer when they were children, compelling them to use their brand to generate awareness of this disease and to support this critical research.
Funds raised from this campaign will directly support the Gynaecological Cancer Research Group, UNSW Medicine, and specifically the validation of an early detection test for ovarian cancer.
You can support the campaign by:

  1. Buying a Limited Edition t-shirt
  2. Donating directly to the research
  3. Helping spread the word via email and social media with the hashtag #OvariesTalkAboutThem

Find out more here.