Ovarian Cancer Resources

I tried to set up these links for the sidebar on Mom’s blog, and somehow accidentally put them as a post. I’ve finally wrangled them into her sidebar but the formatting still looks off to me. (Time to dust off my html-coding-skills, I suppose!) Anyway, I wanted to share here as well. Info about symptoms, risk factors, treatment, research, and events abound:

Ovarian Cancer Research Fund
Ovarian Cancer National Alliance
National Ovarian Cancer Coalition
Gynecologic Cancer Foundation

Hope Line for Ovarian Cancer:The Hope Line, 1-877-OV-HOPE (877-684-6731), is a free telephone counseling and referral service that helps patients and families cope with the challenges of an ovarian cancer diagnosis. The Hope line was launched by a unique partnership: L’Oreal” Paris, OCRF, and CancerCare, a national non-profit which provides free counseling and education service to individuals and families affected by cancer. The Hope Line is staffed by CancerCare’s professional oncology social workers. The Hope Line operates Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern Time.

I’ll add more resources as I come across them – feel free to add others you know of in the comments and I will amend this list.

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