Ovarian cancer cause close to heart

FABULOUS FROCKS: Just Shut The Frock Up and Donate team leader Jenna Eiszele with teammate Jaine Scollard at their Frocktober barbecue. Picture: Sarah Aquilina

FABULOUS FROCKS: Just Shut The Frock Up and Donate team leader Jenna Eiszele with teammate Jaine Scollard at their Frocktober barbecue. Picture: Sarah Aquilina

On the 21st anniversary of losing her mother to ovarian cancer when she was 10 years old, Jenna Eiszele was raising funds and awareness for prevention of the disease. 

“If it’s caught early enough … there is a higher success rate of survival, [but] the problem with ovarian cancer is it’s really hard to detect,” Ms Eiszele 

Ms Eiszele is team leader of the ‘Just Shut The Frock Up and Donate’ Frocktober team.

They held a barbeque at Westpac on Brisbane Street on Friday to raise funds and awareness.

Frocktober is an annual month-long initiative facilitated by The Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation.

To donate to the team, go to: https://frocktober2016.everydayhero.com/au/just-shut-the-frock-up-donate

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