Ovarian Cancer Symptons

    ovarian cancer
  • Cancer that forms in tissues of the ovary (one of a pair of female reproductive glands in which the ova, or eggs, are formed).
  • Ovarian cancer is a cancerous growth arising from different parts of the ovary.
  • A form of cancer found in the ovaries (reproductive organs of women responsible for the production of eggs).
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The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance annual "Turn up the Heat: A Celebration of Women Chefs" Gala
The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance annual "Turn up the Heat: A Celebration of Women Chefs" Gala
The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance annual "Turn up the Heat: A Celebration of Women Chefs" Gala held in the Ballroom at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, February 15, 2011. For the sixth year in a row, the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance has teamed up with dozens of the most celebrated women chefs from Washington, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Proceeds of the event will support the efforts to raise awareness, educate women and help improve the quality of life for women who have been touched by ovarian cancer. Photo by Shealah Craighead
Ovarian Cancer Ball
Ovarian Cancer Ball
Ovarian Cancer Ball – Docklands, Melbourne 2009. Left to right - Greg Blain & Jon Cox.
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Ovarian Cancer: Your Guide to Taking Control (Patient Centered Guides)
This unique guide for ovarian cancer gives women crucial medical information to improve the chance for lengthy remission and cure, as well as emotional support for the journey. Although many ovarian cancers are discovered after they have spread, having information about surgery and best practices can be life-saving. For example, choosing a surgeon from the new specialty of gynecologic oncology for staging and de-bulking surgeries strongly impacts survival. Women need to at least consider newer chemotherapy and biological treatments in research trials. Women also want to hear the stories of others who live with the ambiguity of remission.
Ovarian Cancer includes:
Ten things to know at the time of diagnosis, for optimal outcome
How choosing a gynecologic oncology surgeon impacts survival
When and how you can consider newer treatments, now in clinical trials
Stories of dozens of women living with ovarian cancer, some for many years
"Questions for Your Doctor" for all decision points
A focus on epithelial cancers, the most common and difficult to treat, with additional information on germ cell, sex cord-stromal cell, and low malignant potential ovarian cancers
Noted cancer writer Kristine Conner and patient advocate Lauren Langford provide ovarian cancer patients with a supportive and much-needed resource.