Have you or someone you know been diagnosed with ovarian cancer? Here’s what you should know about the latest therapies available.
After her own experience with ovarian cancer, Joan made it her mission to educate other women about this formidable disease.
BRCA gene mutations indicate a higher risk of hereditary breast and ovarian cancers. Here’s what you should know about your screening and treatment options.
If you have BRCA 1 or BRCA 2 gene mutations, here's what you should know your options, insurance coverage, and screening for other members of your family.
Dana Clark, M.S., L.C.G.C., at the Basser Center for BRCA at Penn Medicine, discusses when you’re at a high risk for BRCA gene mutations, what testing involves, and what misconceptions she commonly encounters.
Have you recently had a genetic test that shows you're predisposed to breast or ovarian cancer? A genetic counselor shares how to process the news.
From online support to picking up the telephone and calling a help line, there are resources available to help if you have a BRCA gene mutation.
Having a gynecologic oncologist perform ovarian cancer surgery is associated with a 30 percent increase in overall survival. Find out why.
A simple thank you card and gift can go a long way to showing your appreciation for the family, friends, and doctors who helped you on your cancer journey.
Ovarian cancer awareness month happens every September, but how much awareness do you have about the disease?