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L'Oreal Paris Celebrates Ten Years of Hope and Healing
Date:9/11/2007

from the

worlds of beauty, fashion and entertainment to raise much-needed funds

for OCRF.

Bring hope to the thousands of women and their loved ones who have been affected by this devastating disease. Join L'Oreal Paris in the fight against ovarian cancer. Hope begins with you.

ABOUT THE OVARIAN CANCER RESEARCH FUND

The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund is the leading independent, non-profit organization in the United States dedicated to advancing research, raising awareness and finding a cure. Ovarian cancer takes the lives of over 15,000 women in the United States each year, with over 22,000 new cases being diagnosed annually. There is currently no method of early detection, leading to late diagnosis in 75 percent of all cases. OCRF is committed to funding the best and the brightest of scientific investigators whose work focuses on new tools for detection, prevention, and better treatment options. To date, the OCRF has funded 112 researchers at 41 leading cancer institutes nationwide.

Every day the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund makes a difference in the lives of thousands of women and their families. With each new grant awarded, new steps are being taken toward finding a cure. With their commitment comes hope to all. For more information, please visit http://www.ocrf.org.

ABOUT L'OREAL PARIS

L'Oreal Paris is dedicated to women around the world and the company has been inspired to give back and make a difference in their lives. In 1997, L'Oreal Paris made a long-term commitment to The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF), which continues to build. To date, L'Oreal Paris has helped raise over $13 million dollars on behalf of OCRF with fundraising efforts such as the L'Oreal Legends Gala and L'Oreal's annual "Color of Hope" bracelet and cosmetic collection.

L'Oreal Paris, a division of L'Oreal USA, Inc. is a total beauty care company that combines the latest in technol
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