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Impact of Ovarian Cancer on Kentucky Familes

This audio compilation is an entry in Best Public Affairs reporting for the 2013 Kentucky Associated Press Broadcasters awards for radio.

This entry contains two stories on ovarian cancer, and how and why it's one of the most deadly forms of cancer in the world.

Our stories feature insights from two leading ovarian cancer researchers in Kentucky, and comments from a woman whose mother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. The reports also focus on the importance of early detection of this form of cancer, and include information about support groups and educational activities underway throughout our listening area.

Thank you for your time and consideration of these reports for Best Public Affairs reporting.

Dan Modlin served as News Director at WKU Public Radio for 23 years, and retired in early 2013. He's a native of Indiana who grew up in a broadcasting family. A graduate of Ball State University, he worked for several years in the news network business in the Midwest, specializing in agricultural and political coverage, before coming to WKU Public Radio. His reports have earned numerous national and state awards for documentary production, public affairs reporting, and enterprise reporting.