We are delighted to announce, in partnership with the Clearity Foundation, the launch of our first-ever education initiative, the Make A Difference Scholarship.
This Scholarship is specially allocated for Women and their families affected by Ovarian Cancer. Applicants who have faced Ovarian Cancer at any point in their lives are eligible to apply as well as those who have a parent, sibling, immediate family member or close friend that has had ovarian cancer.
We at select Justice understand the difficulties that women and their families face with an ovarian cancer diagnosis. We have been in contact with many women who were diagnosed or are still undergoing treatment and their stories of courage and strength are truly inspiring.
We are happy to be able to support the financial needs of women and those who have been impacted by ovarian cancer, helping them to further their education.
The Clearity Foundation is dedicated to improving the survival and quality of life of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer by providing science-based treatment decisions, support, and psychosocial counseling.
Empowering women and families impacted by ovarian cancer is at the heart of Clearity's mission. Our experience supporting the ovarian cancer community shows that education is an important source of hope for those on a difficult journey. We applaud the launch of the Make a Difference Scholarship to support the educational ambitions of people impacted by ovarian cancer
The Select Justice 'Make a Difference Scholarship' will be awarding $6000 divided into 3 scholarships to selected individuals.
We understand that Ovarian Cancer can have a number of causes and there will be some women diagnosed with the cause never being fully known.
However, in our work with injured communities, we are aware of the research showing that some women who use talcum powder frequently can have an increased risk of ovarian cancer.
There are many questions that arise about this research and current actions taking place due to this information. Our blog is an educational resource for current news and articles.
You can find more information here about the recent news of Johnson and Johnson removing its talcum powder from the North American market and the research surrounding Talcum Powder, Asbestos, and Ovarian Cancer.
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