Share with others how you feel about living with cancer, so they have a true picture of what you’re experiencing.
Tips for avoiding cancer horror stories from friends and family when you share your cancer diagnosis, including take the initiative in the conversation and letting others know how you feel right away.
After breast cancer treatment and removal of a melanoma, Patty never imagined she would be diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Turns out she has the BRCA1 gene. Here’s her story.
Know the symptoms of ovarian cancer for better awareness, including bloating, discomfort, and bleeding. Read this story to learn more.
In August 2017, a jury awarded $417 million in damages to a woman with ovarian cancer with a possible link to talcum powder. Should you be concerned about such a link?
Ovarian cancer symptoms often escape notice until it’s too late. Here’s what to look for.
If you’re a breast cancer survivor, is your risk of ovarian cancer increased? Maybe. Find out more.
Paying close attention to changes in your body can help in detecting gynecologic cancers early.
In a recent clinical trial, an ovarian cancer drug called Lynparza significantly reduced the risk for disease progression. This medication belongs to a class of drugs called PARP—poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase—inhibitors, a type of targeted therapy tha...
Many women with breast cancer are at risk of ovarian cancer. Symptoms of ovarian cancer include abdominal pressure, bloating, swelling, and pain.