Ovarian Cancer

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Listen September 14, 2020

What’s New in Ovarian Cancer?

Remarkable progress has been made in the last few years improving treatment options and survival for women living with ovarian cancer. Joining us to get...
Read • June 25, 2020
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Marcia's Ovarian Cancer Story: Cancer Can Come With Gifts

“A cancer diagnosis can come with gifts. I am incredibly grateful for the friends and family members who stepped in selflessly to help me throughout my crisis. I felt so loved. With MyLifeLine, all messages of love, support, and hope are centralized and organized.…providing an opportunity to create a beautiful keepsake book of memories and friendship.”
Read December 18, 2018

Let's Move Forward Together

Our Way Forward was created to encourage ovarian cancer patients, their loved ones and healthcare providers to rethink how they talk about ovarian cancer.
Read September 12, 2018

Being Your Own Best Advocate: Advice from Olympic gymnast and cancer survivor, Shannon Miller

Shannon Miller is a 7-time Olympic medalist in gymnastics. She’s also a mother, an author, a dedicated health and wellness advocate - and an ovarian cancer survivor. An unexpected cancer diagnosis, and the treatment journey that followed, forced her to discover a new normal and has further fueled her passion of empowering and educating women around health and wellness. She’s partnered with TESARO and Our Way Forward to encourage patients, their loved ones and healthcare providers talk about ovarian cancer. Learn more, and read other blog perspectives at https://www.ourwayforward.com/.
Read September 18, 2017

Stage 3 Ovarian Cancer Survivor Helps Cancer Patients Cope with Lifeline

Marcia Donziger, a 20-year cancer survivor, talks about how her own and her friends' cancer journeys led to the creation of MyLifeLine.org. MyLifeLine offers patients a way to connect with their loved ones through a free, private personal webpage to keep family and friends informed about how they are doing.