Charity event high tea to aid ovarian cancer research

Charity event high tea to aid ovarian cancer research

Zimzala at Cronulla will organize a high tea- a charity event — in the coming week to raise awareness about ovarian cancer and assist research.

The charity event planned to be held from 9.30pm to 11.30pm on Wednesday. It may be noted here that February has been marked as Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.

Participation to event will cost $40 per person, which will offer a glass of champagne, sandwiches, cupcakes, tea and coffee.

Zimzala manager Ray Nelson said that the event would attract a great number of people.

Speaking about the event, Nelson said, “We are hoping as many people as possible can attend because this is such an important cause.”

Proceeds from the charity event will go to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation.

Ovarian cancer can not be detected in advance, but symptoms like lower back/pelvis pain, weight loss, frequent urination, bowel changes and feeling bloated can provide hints about the condition in advance.


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