Facing Ovarian Cancer, My Way
Every ovarian cancer patient and care partner has a unique experience and point of view. Explore these testimonials to gain different perspectives on living with ovarian cancer.
Being There to Support a Friend In Need
When Patricia’s best friend was diagnosed with stage III ovarian cancer, she provided support in the best way that she could from 2,600 miles away.
Living with Ovarian Cancer
Moving Forward After an Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis
Watch as ovarian cancer patients Kim and Lynne discuss being diagnosed and the importance of taking control of your health.
Own Your Journey - the Good and the Bad
Nancy and Kim talk about the importance of being authentic to yourself and never losing hope.
Discussing the Possibility of Recurrence
Dr. Graybill, Nancy, and Lynne talk about the importance of discussing the chance of recurrence in order to help ease concerns and fears down the road.
Beginning a New Normal
Dr. Graybill, Kim, Lynne, and Nancy share how they embraced life after treatment by returning to normalcy and continuing to have hobbies that make them feel good.
Dr. Martin’s Valuable Message to Patients
Through the lens of her patient's story, Dr. Martin emphasizes the value of each woman’s decision in her unique ovarian cancer experience.
Katya’s Empowering Ovarian Cancer Story
Ovarian cancer survivor Katya shares her empowering story of staying in control of her life and living each day to the fullest while battling cancer.
Nora’s Fearless Ovarian Cancer Story
Ovarian cancer survivor Nora shares her story of facing her diagnosis with courage and empowers women to be determined and fearless.
Moments of Clarity
Stories That Illuminate the Ovarian Cancer Experience: Three women shared their experiences facing ovarian cancer at a special storytelling event held in Chicago on June 1, 2017.
The Ties That Bind Us
Stories That Illuminate the Ovarian Cancer Experience: Three women shared their experiences facing ovarian cancer at a special storytelling event held in Washington D.C. on November 3, 2017.
A Mother’s Love
After testing positive for the BRCA1 gene mutation, Rozzie took proactive steps to get her daughter tested and spread awareness about the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer.
Self-expression Through Art
Lucia, a three-time ovarian cancer survivor, reflected upon her relationship with cancer by becoming a filmmaker and sharing her experience with others through film.
This is Ryan's Story
Ryan’s mom was diagnosed with ovarian cancer when she became pregnant with him. Now, he uses his voice to advocate for the ovarian cancer community.