Hundreds Sign Up For Ovarian Cancer Risk TestSince Kim Johnson's report, more than 170 women signed up -- putting Minnesota at the top of the list for participants. And you can still get your kit.
Trial Offers At-Home Test Kit To Show Risk Of Ovarian CancerFor the first time, there's an at-home test to show a woman's risk for ovarian cancer. MAGENTA is a free, nationwide clinical trial for women at risk for breast or ovarian cancer.
Couple Raises Hundreds At Wedding For Ovarian CancerA Sauk Rapids couple chose an unusual way to remember a friend who lost her battle with ovarian cancer.
'Men Of MOCA' Helps Connect Those Who Lost Family To Ovarian CancerA new group within the organization started to form this year. It's a support group for men who are caring for, or grieving the loss of, an ovarian cancer patient. It’s called the Men of MOCA.
'Cancer Avatars' Giving Hope To PatientsResearchers at Mayo Clinic are conducting a groundbreaking clinical study that uses a patient's own cancer cells and placing them in an "avatar."
Meet One Of The 1st Babies Of 2016!A Twin Cities boy could not wait to greet the new year! Miles Ruddy is one of the first babies born in 2016. His mother, Melissa, gave birth at Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park.
Ovarian & Breast Cancer Survivor Urges Genetic TestingMOCA is a name you'll hear us say a lot this week. It stands for Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance. The group raises money to fight ovarian cancer -- the fifth deadliest cancer of women -- within the state. Now, MOCA has a story they want to share a story with a Hollywood twist.
After A Struggle With Ovarian Cancer, Couple's New Love EmergesWCCO has been going teal all week. It's the color for ovarian cancer awareness, a cancer that affects 1 in 72 women. And it's a cancer that kills more than half of those women within five years of diagnosis.
'Spin It Teal': Ovarian Cancer Survivor Founds Cycling EventWCCO spoke with a ovarian cancer survivor who is fresh off of chemo and showing no signs of weakness. Believe it or not, the gym is her happy place.
MOCA Helps Make Ovarian Cancer Patients' Dreams Come TrueAround 400 Minnesota women get the same scary diagnosis each year -- ovarian cancer. The average age to get the news is 63, but younger Minnesotans are also affected. Twenty-six-year-old new mom Wendy Thurston and her husband have had an exhausting five months.
The High Difficulty Of Diagnosing Ovarian CancerIt is a type of cancer known for being one of the "bad ones." Fifty percent of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer do not make it past five years. It is not necessarily because it is so hard to treat -- it is because ovarian cancer is so hard to find.
MOCA Fundraising Fuels 'U' Ovarian Cancer ResearchThey may be some of the most sacred people in our country right now – cancer researchers. It can seem like cancer is everywhere and everyone wants a cure, but some types are harder than others to fight. Ovarian cancer is one of them. It hits 1 in 72 women and 50 percent of those women pass away within five years.