Rising up against ovarian cancer
Sisterly Advice

Sisterly Advice

NormaLeah's Sisterly Advice education program is an entertaining yet thought-provoking program empowering women to assess their genetic and health history risk, recognize the symptoms, explore risk reduction strategies and seek proper medical attention for the best outcome.

BEAT the BIG O

BEAT the BIG O

NormaLeah’s BEAT symptom card is designed to be mounted on a dressing room or bathroom mirror. It serves as a daily reminder to be aware of the most common symptoms.

BRCA Risk Outreach

BRCA Risk Outreach

‚ÄčThe BRCA and other genetic mutations put breast cancer survivors and their first-degree relatives at a higher risk for ovarian cancer and they may not even know it.

girlpARTs project

girlpARTs project

NormaLeah is using art to raise awareness of ovarian cancer with 24 bodices created from 24 artistic visions and located at 24 Quad City locations. Bodices will remain in the community until October 15, 2019 and you will have the opportunity to purchase them online at our auction which runs from November 1 - 30, 2019. They will all be available for viewing at our girlpARTs fest.

Join us on October 26 at River Music Experience for girlpARTs fest from 4 pm to 10 pm, featuring Caly Bevier, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at the age of 15 and was a finalist on America's Got Talent the following year. She is now a BMI recording artist. Other perfomances by Dougla & Tucker, Owl Creek Collective, Yoyo y Yo. Artists' Market and Art Raffle, too.