“I owe him my life,” Real Housewives of New Jersey star Siggy Flicker says of the doctor who detected her low grade ovarian malignancy in 2014.
In the Englewood Hospital and Medical Center’s Family Wellness Handbook, Siggy sent a call to action to all women.
“I want everyone to be aware of ovarian cancer,” said Siggy, who is “grateful” she was able to catch her malignancy before it became something more serious. “no one wants to talk about that particular region of a woman’s body and it doesn’t get as much attention as other cancers.”
Siggy shared a page from the handbook on her Instagram, urging women to speak up and listen to their guts.