by Jen RicherBy Jen Richer


Reproductive cancers –- such as cervical, ovarian and uterine –- strike more than 98,000 American women each year, and nearly a third will die.

That’s too many wives, mothers, sisters, daughters and friends.

These “below-the-belt” cancers get far too little attention and research dollars.

Since 2011, the National Race to End Women’s Cancer has brought together women and men of all ages from across the country. Together, we celebrate survivors, honor loved ones and raise awareness.

Join me as I build the Fresh Family Team! Click here to get involved, spread the word and to donate.

Help us raise awareness and crucial education and research funding to #endwomenscencer.

Listen to Real Housewife of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer share why she’s participating in the event on The Tommy Show.

Jen Richer is part of The Tommy Show, which airs weekdays from 6 to 10 a.m. Follow Jen on Twitter and on Instagram.


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