New mural honors ovarian cancer sufferers


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A new ovarian cancer mural was unveiled on the side of Southwark Restaurant at 4th and Bainbridge in the South Street Headhouse District.

The mural was created by artist Sarah Fogg, a longtime supporter of the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation. Fogg began painting the mural on March 22, which was the anniversary of her mother’s passing from ovarian cancer. 

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“My family has been involved in the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation since 2015,” said Fogg. “The Foundation has provided so many opportunities for my mom and gave her a new purpose in life while she was fighting this terrible disease. It is important for me to continue to be a part of the SROCF and everything that my mom and I were a part of before she passed. I hope that one day we are celebrating a cure but until then I will continue to fight.”

The mural was created to promote the 20th anniversary of the Sandy Sprint Philadelphia 5K Run/Walk happening on April 27 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It will include the 5K run/walk, a survivor ceremony and live performances.

Mark Zimmaro
Mark Zimmaro
Mark Zimmaro is a reporter for the South Philly Review. Follow him on Twitter @mzimmaro or email at

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