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Walk of Hope

Raveen Toor (right) helped organize the first Walk of Hope in Abbotsford to raise awareness about ovarian cancer. She is pictured here with Mission resident Shelley Janze (centre), and Raveen Gill, a University of the Fraser Valley student who raised $6,000 for the walk. Over 60 people participated. Ovarian cancer is the deadliest of all gynecological cancers in women because the symptoms are so vague.  - Submitted photo
Raveen Toor (right) helped organize the first Walk of Hope in Abbotsford to raise awareness about ovarian cancer. She is pictured here with Mission resident Shelley Janze (centre), and Raveen Gill, a University of the Fraser Valley student who raised $6,000 for the walk. Over 60 people participated. Ovarian cancer is the deadliest of all gynecological cancers in women because the symptoms are so vague.
— image credit: Submitted photo
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