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At 55, Dorine Olive was diagnosed with two different types of ovarian cancer. Her diagnosis would have come much later, had it not been for her yoga exercises.
“If we band together as survivors of reproductive cancer, educate others, and have love and kindness, we can help future generations with prevention, or greater support and care during their own diagnosis.”
As she lost her hair to chemotherapy, Trina mocked up various characters and personas to her Facebook profile for each hair phase, including the likes of rock stars, TV legends, and renowned philosophers.
With the help of her gynecologic oncologist, ovarian cancer patient Vivian Seiler found an immunotherapy basket trial, which tests the effect of one drug on a single mutation in a variety of tumor types at the same time.