99 to 1: Ovarian Cancer and Me (2007) - Watch Online. Directed by Phoebe Brown

Genres Documentary     Short    
Writers Phoebe Brown (written by)
Country USA
Language English
Runtime USA:20 min
Plot In the summer of 2005 the doctors said they were 99% sure filmmaker Phoebe Brown did not have ovarian cancer. She turned out to be the 1%. Two years later Phoebe is cancer free but not without scars. In 99 to 1: Ovarian Cancer and Me, the filmmaker takes us on a journey. Through her diagnosis, her grandmother's death from ovarian cancer, her physical and emotional reactions to chemotherapy treatment and her hopes for the future. A powerful narrative of hope and bringing awareness to the often-overlooked issues of ovarian cancer.... search for 99 to 1: Ovarian Cancer and Me on IMDb

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