Ovarian cancer is a cancer that begins in the ovaries or fallopian tubes.
Alexis Mencos had all the symptoms of pregnancy—then it turned out to actually be ovarian cancer. Freshly 21 and in the middle of getting her degree, Mencos was determined that her diagnosis wouldn’t be a full-stop in her life, but a pause.
A close connection with warriors is still possible through a screen. The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition left no stone unturned during its virtual weekend Wellness Retreat this past spring that led participants in finding support, spreading awareness and taking action.
One woman’s decision to freeze her eggs ended up not only saving her life but changing the entire course of it.
One family’s history demonstrates how cancer can be passed from generation to generation—but so can courage.
Even during a pandemic, the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition continues its longstanding tradition of fostering a community of warriors while spreading early awareness of one of the deadliest types of cancer.
A plan of care is important after a diagnosis, but even more important is making your voice heard during the process so you can receive the care that’s right for you.
The founder of Mekky Media shares her story about how a surprise ovarian cancer diagnosis led her to start her own public relations firm.
Jason B. Rosenthal, husband of the late award-winning author Amy Krouse Rosenthal, chatted with us about “My Wife Said You May Want to Marry Me,” his memoir response to Amy’s viral New York Times column published just 10 days before her death from ovarian cancer.
Eddie Goldberg Perlis, LMT, CMLDT, founder of Massage 4 Inner Peace, has been practicing oncology…