All Eyes on a Boomer

Tuesday, 23 November 2010



The Feel Teal Club made a promise to its supporters...and we plan to keep it!

The 2010 ovarian cancer awareness campaign was launched with great anticipation, and it continues to grow....there is still NO fool-proof method for detecting this gynecological-cancer, so our women, are still at risk!
The idea that a "pap-smear" will protect you is a complete myth, this is ONLY used when identifying cervical issues....NOT the ovaries.

The Feel Teal Club works tirelessly promoting awareness so that the correct information is available to the public-
Educating is an integral part of our "awareness" campaign, always ensuring the public are well-informed means they are also well-equipped!
Our Awareness Affiliate programme plays an important role by sharing this message through our members, and their personal/business connections.
Support from Musicians/Artists, Magazine Editors, Comedians, Writers & Entrepreneurs means we are definitely in "good company" why not join us?

We do not ask for donations or any form of monetary contribution as our club is purely not-for-profit.
To become an Affiliate you will receive ongoing FREE promotion via the official website and all we ask in return is a link back to us!
We are doing this for women & girls worldwide and welcome any who wish to be a part of this wonderful campaign.

Thank you,
Debbie Stevens
Feel Teal Club

It's when the cells in the ovaries grow abnormally & the body's natural defences can't stop them.These abnormal cells form growth

Cancer, the second most common female reproductive system cancer, can
strike at any age, but it is most common among women just before
entering menopause (perimenopause) and then during and after menopause.
disease also tends to run in families, so women with first-degree
relatives (a mother or sister) who have had ovarian cancer are at higher
risk) Others at risk include women who have not had children or delayed
their first pregnancy until after age 35 and those who have had colon,
breast or endometrial cancer. The causes of Ovarian Cancer are not
known. Some factors seem to put women at a higher risk of developing
ovarian cancer. Many women who develop ovarian cancer do not have these
risk factors. At the same time many women who do have the risk factors
do not develop ovarian cancer. Other possible risk factors include long
term use of genital deodorants & other products containing talc,
& treatment with fertility drugs.

'What are the symptoms?'

Most common symptoms are:

weight gain; abdominal swelling and vague pelvic discomfort; change in
bowel habit ie: diarrhea or constipation; urinary changes ie: frequency
or urgency; bleeding, apart from normal monthly period; feeling of
fullness and bloating; indigestion or feeling 'sick'; tired; loss of


Are you raising awareness? Do you have a Website/Blog or FaceBook page?

If you answered "yes" to any of the "above", then we want to hear from you!

The Feel Teal Club
remains committed to sharing relevant links and always happy to
promote. Constantly updating our pages to keep the public informed, the
Feel Teal Club has you covered!

"Awareness" is contagious so let's keep spreading the message.Send your emails to

The Feel Teal Club was especially designed for the general public & Artists of every industry. Worldwide, the colour TEAL was chosen to represent Ovarian cancer, though sadly, it is still yet to be widely recognised.

Friday, 12 November 2010


Staying in touch is what builds good communication skills between people and business.
The same applies when networking...promoting, advertising and marketing, all play a considerable role if you intend to keep traffic flowing while gaining more public interest.

Raising awareness is no easy task, so, keeping all the "above" in mind is necessary if we are to succeed!
With a lot of hard work, long hours, and NO pay, we forge onwards....always working towards the same goal and for the ultimate early screening method for detecting ovarian cancer.

Awareness for ovarian cancer is growing-

More and more people are getting on-board the "awareness" phenonmenan which is great news for the cause and even better for those involved.

There's still a long way to go, especially if we are to carry the same status as that of our "Gynaecological-sister"; breast cancer.
The words "Teal" & "Awareness" are synonymous with ovarian cancer, the results evident when using the Google search engine.
For example, type in 'teal" 'awareness' 'ovarian cancer' and a Google search will deliver 51,200 results....however, type in 'pink' 'awareness' 'breast cancer', (9,690,000 result) and you see exactly what we are up against!
However, progress is being made and we owe much to the internet and the use of Social networks.
At Facebook, there's definitely signs of "change" with new "awareness" pages sprouting; new designs and logo's,and more contacts! Let's face it, it's the list of friends which we all rely on when building our awareness-pyramid............and the Feel Teal Club is no exception. We pride ourselves on cross-promotion, giving everyone an equal opportunity to share their information whilst sharing the crucial awareness message further!

The Feel Teal Club remains committed to sharing relevant links and always happy to promote. Constantly updating our pages to keep the public informed, if it's in the news, the Feel Teal Club has you covered!
Our message is still the same but with one small difference—we’re committed to raising awareness, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, until a diagnostic test has been found!

UPDATES.......To encourage the public interaction, a Guestbook is now operating to accept messages of support.....Stay tuned for the Club's Chat-room!

"Awareness" is contagious so let's keep spreading the message.

Wednesday, 3 November 2010