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Finding out you have cancer can be disorienting. Our mission is to give you the tools you need to find your footing again. Our care begins when you are first diagnosed and can continue throughout your life. So whether you are living with cancer as a chronic condition or have recently completed treatment, we are here to help you navigate in a way that feels right to you.
Check out the resources below for more information on ovarian cancer survivorship.
Address: P.O. Box 7948, Amarillo, TX 79114-7948
The International Newsletter for Those Fighting Ovarian Cancer. A monthly newsletter started by an ovarian cancer survivor, which reports on treatment options, clinical trials, coping skills, and early detection strategies. Conversations offer a networking service to match women in similar circumstances, humor and an upbeat tone.
National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC)
Phone: 888-OVARIAN (888-682-7426)
Address: 2335 East Atlantic Boulevard, Suite 401, Pompano Beach, FL 33062
NOCC is a national membership organization with state chapters. Its informational packet contains information about a wide range of ovarian cancer issues and resources. NOCC promotes awareness and education for the general public and medical community and funding for research to find an early detection mechanism.
Ovarian Cancer National Alliance
Address: 1627 K St, NW, 12th Floor, Washington, D.C. 20006
This national umbrella organization works to increase public and professional understanding of ovarian cancer, and to advocate for more effective diagnostics, treatments, and cure. Members include survivors and family members, local and national organizations, and health care providers. Materials include awareness information and national policy issue papers. The Alliance sponsors an annual Advocacy Conference.
Ovarian Problems List
This email distribution list provides survivors, families and others an opportunity to exchange information and support on a daily basis. The list is not monitored for medical accuracy.
The easiest way to subscribe is to go to: http://listserv.acor.org/archives/ovarian.html
OR you can subscribe by e-mailing: email@example.com
In the subject area, leave blank or type a dash. In the message area, type "Subscribe ovarian" and your first name and last name.
SHARE: Self-help for Women with Breast or Ovarian Cancer Address: 1501 Broadway, Suite 1720, New York, NY 10036212-719-1204
SHARE is a not-for-profit organization providing information hotlines for breast and ovarian cancer in English and Spanish; peer led support groups; wellness, education and advocacy programs. SHARE contributes to awareness regarding research, prevention and early detection.
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