Thank you for your comments Annette, and for your service and leadership. I've personally seen you with your "army of teal" and observed the incredible spirit, vitality and commitment of these wonderful women. There are also many men who have become part of the movement too and are seeing past their personal grief to help support the need to educate others and support the search for a way to eradicate ovarian cancer.
You are absolutely right - it's the combined efforts of many people who choose to use their time, talents and energies for others who are turning the tide on this and other forms of cancer. One does not have to have had ovarian cancer to join the "army" - all of those who want to help are welcome.