Categories blogan Teal for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Post author By Brent Logan Post date September 1, 2013 2 Comments on Teal for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Blogan has gone teal for National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Coincidentally, a pretty shade of pink1 works as an accent color. Hug those who are special to you. Unfortunately, I think the pink was too bright and diluted the teal. It’s gone for now… ↩ Tags ovarian cancer, pink, teal By Brent Logan Engineer. Lawyer. WordPress geek. Longboarder. Blood donor. Photographer. Ally. More about Brent. View Archive → ← National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, 2013 → DIY Bicycle Repair Stand 2 replies on “Teal for Ovarian Cancer Awareness” Thanks Brent… it does seem that there must be some way to detect this cancer earlier than it is so many times found. Like your teal and pink. Good man. From WhyTeal’s site: “Symptoms are vague and increase over time but do exist—learn to recognize the signs and symptoms and be your own health advocate” and “There is no screening test for ovarian cancer. A Pap test DOES NOT detect the disease.” The teal is in response to the recommendation for women to paint their toenails teal to enhance awareness for ovarian cancer. It would be no big deal to paint my toenails, but no one would see them (hence the “no big deal”). Changing my blog colors is something visible I can do. Pink just happened to be a color that goes well with teal and is breast cancer awareness’ color. Two birds and all… Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.