About Us

WeAreWonderWomen.Com is an online support group for young female cancer survivors. It aims at sharing and discuss cancer-related topics, information on TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), food, health and beauty tips for young women.

The Founder
WeAreWonderWomen.Com is founded by Molly who had contracted Ovarian Cancer in Dec 2005. Facing it with no one around her who had gone through a similar sickness, Molly survived and overcame it with her religious faith and family support. However, it exhausted her family as she had no one else to share her anxieties and sadness.
After her treatment, she decided to set up WeAreWonderWomen.Com for young female cancer survivors to share and discuss about cancer. She believed that sharing and talking about “it” is therapeutic.

Why WeAreWonderWoman.Com?
From the day of our cancer diagnosis, we WONDER why? Why me? We kept wondering the reason for our illness. Was it due to food or the environment? How am I going to overcome it? Am I going to die? That very moment, we became a “WONDER” woman to our illness. Subsequently, we had to face it strongly for ourselves and our loved ones. We must defeat it courageously like the superhero Wonder Woman, a fighter who attained victory every time! Every female cancer fighter is a Wonder Woman!

" Three years ago when I was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer, I remembered that I cried a lot because I was in the midst of collecting my new house keys and preparing to get married

and start a family. I was even dreaming of a blissful future and planning to have kids. However, my dream of having kids was dashed as I had to give up my fertility in exchange for my life, and that also means I will age faster than my peers after my surgical menopause.

I started WeAreWonderWomen.Com to share my personal experiences at battling cancer as a young Asian woman, to share and discuss cancer-related topics, information on TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), food, health and beauty tips for young women.

Throughout the three years of battling this disease, I realised that cancer patients (and those around them) are most in need of support and knowledge.

Support from someone who had gone through the same ordeal, from someone who survived and lived to tell the tale. And knowledge about the illness, about the treatment, and any other information necessary for ensuring a healthier and happier life. "

My name is Molly. I'm 33 years old and I am an ovarian cancer survivor of 3 years.