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Ele Ludemann

In by Ele Ludemann

This Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month I’m going to walk the Millennium Track from Wanaka to Glendhu Bay and back for ovarian cancer research. Did you know that a woman dies from ovarian cancer every 48 hours in NZ? I’m stepping …

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Ele’s team

In by Ele Ludemann

This Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month I’m going to walk the Millennium Track from Wanaka to Glendhu Bay and back for ovarian cancer research. Did you know that a woman dies from ovarian cancer every 48 hours in NZ? I’m stepping …

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Jane Ludemann

In by Jane Ludemann

This Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month (September) I’m going to walk up Mt Roy for ovarian cancer research. Every few months I have a scan to see if my cancer treatment is still working, in between I try to live my …

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Team Jane

In by Jane Ludemann

This Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month (September) we’re getting active to raise funds for cancer research in honour of Jane. Jane was diagnosed with low-grade serous carcinoma in 2017. Her doctors told her with current treatments she likely had 5 to …

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My 3rd Cancerversary

In by Jane Ludemann

Flash back to my 32nd birthday. A lovely night surrounded by friends, good food and a cake (pictured). 13 days before I packed up my life with my partner, to move to a new city for “forever” job. Life was …

Ovarian Cancer Awareness

In by Prue Miller

Teal is the international colour for ovarian cancer. We invite staff to wear something Teal at our morning tea to raise awareness of ovarian cancer and to remember those who have died from the disease. Our Wellness Campaign is to …

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Rafting for Research

In by Jane Ludemann

On the 16th of January I am joining friends to raft down the Clarence River with Ultimate Descents. 5 days and 190 kms – quite the challenge! If you know me – you’ll know I’m not the greatest swimmer and …

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Melanie Schonewille Remembrance Page

In by Mark Smith

If you knew her, you loved her. Melanie passed away this morning and is now off on her next journey with her teal wings. We ask for no flowers but donations can be made in her name to ovarian cancer …

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Jane’s 10km walk for research on my cancer

In by Jane Ludemann

I’m walking the Dunedin 10km on September 1st to raise funds for research on my cancer and some of my incredible ex-workmates are walking/running the half marathon. Why the 10km? I’ve had a long slow recovery from my broken leg …