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bloating, difficult menstrual cycles, headaches, unusual weight gain, sleepless nights, sense of urgency or higher frequency to urinate, abdominal pain, difficulty eating or feeling full quickly, fatigue, indigestion, back pain, pain with intercourse, constipation

 

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A big thank you to New Moon Ski and Bike for their wonderful support of TEAM OCSA!! We are extremely proud of the accomplishments of Carolyn Ascher, Cassidy Gould and Riley Gould! GO TEAM!!Donate to Team OCSA Birkie® skiers and help them save lives by making a difference in the early detection of ovarian cancer!
Great job ladies!!! Vallie Szymanski Carolyn Ascher

Team OCSA: Riley Gould, Carolyn Ascher, Cassidy Gould
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A big thank you to New Moon Ski and Bike for their wonderful support of TEAM OCSA!! We are extremely proud of the accomplishments of Carolyn Ascher, Cassidy Gould and Riley Gould! GO TEAM!!

We are honored to continue our support of the OCSA veterinary student research internship for 2021!Ovarian Cancer Detection Veterinary Student Internship – Deadline to Apply March, 12, 2021

This summer research internship at the Penn Vet Working Dog Center is funded by the Ovarian Cancer Symptom Awareness Organization (OCSA). This is a paid summer internship for a first- or second-year veterinary student who is interested in learning more about medical detection and the role of detection dogs. The selected intern will be immersed in ovarian cancer detection research and gain hands on experience with our scent detection canines. There is a focus on study execution, data acquisition, data analysis and writing.

Details and application instructions can be found here: www.vet.upenn.edu/research/centers-laboratories/center/penn-vet-working-dog-center/learn-about-wo...
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It was a great day when Carolyn Ascher successfully completed her "Virtual Birkie" on Sunday, February 21! The Gould girls will be completing their races this week! Watch here for their updates! Please consider supporting Team OCSA!!
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It was a great day when Carolyn Ascher successfully completed her Virtual Birkie on Sunday, February 21!  The Gould girls will be completing their races this week! Watch here for their updates!  Please consider supporting Team OCSA!!
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