TERRE HAUTE, Ind (WTHI) - - A whole lot of lunching ladies hopefully learned a little something during the annual Women in Leadership luncheon Wednesday at Owens Hall on the campus of St. Mary of the Woods College.
Nancy Hines, a 4-time cancer survivor, was the speaker everyone came to hear.
Hines lives in Avon, Indiana and founded Ovar'coming Together a support center for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
Hines urges all women to listen to their body and get to a doctor when something doesn't feel right.
To learn more about Ovar'coming Together, visit there website by clicking here.
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