Still Need a Keynote for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month? We Can Help.
22 Jun 2015
If you haven't already secured your keynote for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in September, APB is here to help. We are proud to represent some of today’s most passionate and respected voices who have dedicated their lives to promoting the education and prevention of this horrible disease. Below we've highlighted two of our most popular voices on the topic, or you can view our full roster of voices who speak on cancer here.
KATHY BATES | When Kathy Bates speaks, she is applauded not only as an Oscar winner and one of Hollywood's most sought-after performers, but for what might be the most challenging and inspirational role of her career: cancer survivor. Diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2003 and breast cancer in 2012 - for which she underwent a double mastectomy - she is now in remission and more upbeat than ever. +Read Full Bio
JACK ANDRAKA | Jack Andraka is a Maryland high school student who, at age 15, created a novel paper sensor that detects pancreatic, ovarian and lung cancer in five minutes for as little as three cents. Named a Champion of Change by President Obama for his work to break down scientific journal paywalls, he has spoken at over a dozen TEDx events and has been featured on 60 Minutes, World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer, NPR Marketplace, BBC, and Al Jazeera. +Read Full Bio