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33 days ago

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Sherry Lapointe
33 days ago

Hi Ellen, I am a big fan of you and your show and I watch as often as I can, which I must admit is barely once a week. But when I am home, I do turn on the Ellen show at 4:00! I love the combination of humor, entertainment, and "feel-good"/paying it forward/helping folks out who need it!

I watched this afternoon's show here in Maine at 4:00 pm, and belly laughed at the Shemar Moore section with his as a guest dj!! Thank you! I also appreciated you raising money for Breast Cancer Research! That is one of the reasons why I love you!

I'm writing to ask if you could also mention Ovarian Cancer Awareness on your show in the future. This is a cancer that does not have the same amount of publicity as some other cancers and yet has terrible statistics for survival. Even in my home state, we do not have any ovarian cancer support groups, coalition chapters, etc.

This is a cause close to my heart as I am an Ovarian Cancer Survivor. I was diagnosed on 11-18-11 and have undergone two chemotherapies since. There is obviously more to my story but I am currently in a chemo hiatus and will reevaluate my status in August of this year as I am not currently in remission. Anyway, I am setting a goal of training for either a 5K or a "Dirt Challenge" in my home state and am not taking this diagnosis "laying down". So no worries about me! With that said, I would love to see Ovarian Cancer more in the press and advertised as much as possible. It is considered the "silent killer" and more women need to be alerted to it!

Thank you for considering raising awareness about this important condition!

Sincerely and warmly,
Sherry Lapointe

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