• Lynne's Way Forward
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    Lynne's
    Way Forward

    Lynne has discovered ways 
    to take control of her health.

    Read Her Story

  • Kim's Way Forward
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    Kim's
    Way Forward

    Kimberly has built a support 
    network that empowers her.

    Read Her Story

  • Jackie's Way Forward
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    Jackie's
    Way Forward

    When ovarian cancer returned, Jackie 
    vowed to be diligent about her treatment.

    Read Her Story

  • Nancy's Way Forward
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    Nancy's
    Way Forward

    Nancy knows the importance of trusting her 
    instincts while living with ovarian cancer.

    Read Her Story

Let's Move Forward Together


Our Way Forward, created by TESARO, Inc., with input from the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) and the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance (OCRFA), is a call to action that encourages women living with ovarian cancer, their loved ones, and healthcare providers to rethink how they talk about ovarian cancer and ways to work together to navigate the physical and emotional challenges that the disease brings.

The stories featured on this site tell real women's experiences with ovarian cancer at the time they were told. Given the nature of ovarian cancer, these stories are likely to change over time. TESARO dedicates the Our Way Forward program to all of the women who have faced ovarian cancer.

TESARO is committed to offering resources to educate, empower, and support those affected by ovarian cancer.

Facing Ovarian Cancer With Confidence

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Ovarian Cancer Survivor Shannon Miller
Any woman touched by cancer knows her journey is never truly over. She becomes a survivor at diagnosis, and continues thriving long after remission,…
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Ovarian Cancer Survivor Nora
“After reviewing the images from your CT scan, I’m confident that what I’m looking at is ovarian cancer. We’ll get you scheduled for surgery ASAP. If…
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Ovarian Cancer Survivor Shannon Miller
The day I found out I had ovarian cancer was the day I had almost cancelled my doctor’s appointment. It was a typical OBGYN exam and everything at…
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