Ovarian Cancer Links
This article from Healthline is a good summary of ovarian cancer facts, including easy-to-understand infographics.
The goal of the WISP Study is to determine whether interval salpingectomy, followed by delayed oophorectomy (ISDO) can improve sexual functioning and menopausal symptoms compared to standard risk-reducing salpingo-oophorectomy (RRSO). Click the link to find out how to enroll or get more information.
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An alliance of individuals and organizations working to make ovarian cancer research and treatment a priority in national health policy agendas. Site includes helpful information about diagnostic, treatment, and post-treatment issues, as well as an online support community.
An online community providing timely and accurate information in a supportive environment.
Foundation working to fund research to find a method of early detection and ultimately a cure for ovarian cancer.
Organization working to promote and ensure the highest quality of comprehensive clinical care through excellence in education and research in gynecologic cancers.
Color of Teal is dedicated to raising awareness of ovarian, uterine, and cervical cancers by hosting informative workshops, participating in health fairs and attending community-based events. They also offer a copay assistance program. Color of Teal was built to go into various communities and provide women with a clearer understanding of the warning symptoms they may face, how to open a dialogue with their physicians, and the necessary steps for proper cancer care and available treatment.
A monthly newsletter written by ovarian cancer survivors, reports on treatment options, clinical trials, coping skills, and early detection strategies. Offers humor and upbeat tone. Networking service to match women in similar circumstances. The newsletter is part of nonprofit Conversations: The International Ovarian Cancer Connection.
An international registry of families with two or more relatives with ovarian cancer.
Cancer research group promoting quality and integrity of scientific research in the field of gynecologic malignancies.
Organization that supports groundbreaking research to improve the survival rates for women with ovarian cancer.
National organization with over 80 state chapters working to raise awareness about ovarian cancer.
Located in Yorktown Heights, New York, their mission is to provide emotional, social, and educational support services to women, their families and friends affected by breast and ovarian cancer. The support provided enables women to help each other and empowers them to become their own health care advocates.
Provides information about the risks, prevention, early detection and treatment of gynecologic cancer, and funds promising research.