: A writer, producer, and 16-year ovarian cancer survivor and patient advocate, Mary (Dicey) Jackson Scroggins is a co-founder of In My Sister’s Care, an organization focused on eliminating health disparities and on improving gynecologic cancer awareness and care for medically underserved women. Linking her commitment to service and her love of the arts, Dicey is a founding partner in Pinkie Hugs, LLC—a mother-daughter writing and film production firm specializing in social justice-focused documentaries. She and her daughter Nneka Scroggins are members of the Advisory Committee for “Globe-athon: The Walk to End Women’s Cancers” (www.globeathon.com), the first 24-hour international relay and movement to spread gynecologic cancer awareness (to begin September 29, 2013). Through Pinkie Hugs, they will produce the documentary of the beginning of this movement to save women’s lives globally. If you miss today’s show, it will be rebroadcast this Sat. 8/17 at 2:00 pm ET on W4CS.