Google Exec Talks About Having Cancer as a Child

Regina Dugan shares the inspirational lessons she learned from beating ovarian cancer.

By Robert Moeller Published on March 1, 2015

When Google’s VP of Engineering Regina Dugan was only a 9-year-old girl she was diagnosed with an advanced form of ovarian cancer. Doctors told Regina’s parents she likely wouldn’t make it more than a few more months.

But she did.

And at this winter’s PopTech 2014, Regina Dugan shared her emotional, inspirational story of survival and the invaluable lessons she learned along the way.



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