Cedars Cancer Foundation and Chair Dominique Dagenais are looking forward to having you participate in our 5th Annual Run/Walk for Ovarian cancer. Join us this year for a VIRTUAL EVENT in celebration, remembrance, and support of ovarian cancer fighters everywhere.
The Dagenais Joly-Smith Fund is dedicated to supporting The DOvEE Project under the leadership of Dr. Lucy Gilbert. The DOvEE Project is committed to raising awareness of Ovarian & Endometrial cancers, advocating for early diagnostic testing, and supporting ovarian cancer patients and their families. Join as an individual or a team for this inspirational fundraising walk and run to support ovarian cancer awareness.
This year's Cedars Run for Ovarian Cancer is a month-long. Until Saturday, October 31!
WHAT IS A VIRTUAL RACE?
A virtual run is done by yourself, by your own distance and in your choice of location.
Teams and individuals will select a distance, will set a fundraising goal, and will have until October 31st to complete it. In the spirit of our Ovarian races, we encourage all participants to exercise outside while maintaining a healthy distance from others.
This year we’re taking it to the streets and the paths to make a difference!
Step 1: Register on Running Room Canada
Step 2: Pick your distance!
10 Km Take on the biggest challenge!
5 Km Make a team of runners or run individually
2 Km Walk or Run ... it's your choice!
Step 3: Set your Fundraising Goal
On your Running Room account you can personalized your own fundraising goal.
Step 4: Pick any date in October and get moving!
You have the whole month of October to complete your virtual challenge!
The DOvEE Project
The Cedars Cancer Foundation would like to share Dr. Lucy Gilbert’s interview with Ms. Takahashi on CTV NEWS regarding the importance of ovarian cancer awareness, early detection and the announcement of the opening a new satellite clinic. Dr. Lucy Gilbert is the Director of Gynecology-Oncology Division and Founder of the DOvEE Project at the MUHC.
Dr. Lucy Gilbert's interview on ovarian cancer awareness: