During the past seven years, The
Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian
Cancer Research was one of the pri-
mary beneficiaries of The Campaign
for Swedish, the most successful fund-
raising campaign in the institution's
103-year history. Thanks to you and
thousands of donors like you, we've in-
vested more than $12.7 million to save
the lives and reduce the suffering of
women diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
Your philanthropic investments
have positioned the Rivkin Center as
one of the most influential private
funding sources in its field. We now
invest more than $1.5 million annu-
ally in research and scientific pro-
grams focused on improved treatment,
early detection, and prevention of
We hope that this report conveys
our sincere gratitude, and brings to
life the profound impact you've had
on ovarian cancer research.
ON THE COVER: 2013 SummeRun & Walk survivor honoree,
Susun Hosford, is hugged after the survivor celebration.
PICTURED HERE: Ovarian cancer survivors
Susun Hosford (left) and Crishna Bose-Bansal.