ovarian cancer

Ask the Expert: Ovarian Cancer

Pamela Esposito-Amery, CEO and co-founder of Tell Every Amazing Lady, talks about ovarian cancer risk factors and why it’s important to know your family history

My OB-GYN Told Me It Was Nothing to Worry About — But It Ended Up Being Ovarian Cancer

Fortunately, I wound up with a supportive team of healthcare providers who helped me get well

Living with Ovarian Cancer Was Tough, but the Lessons I Learned Led to Lasting Joy and Clarity

I learned how amazing collaborative doctors can be and I was able to prioritize what makes me happy

What You Need to Know About Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is a silent killer. Here’s what you need to know about what ovarian cancer is and how it’s diagnosed.

Lo que debes saber del cáncer ovárico

El cáncer ovárico es un asesino silencioso. Aquí encontrarás lo que debes saber sobre el cáncer ovárico y cómo se diagnóstica.

Ovarian Cancer 101: Know Your Treatment Options

A lot goes into choosing a treatment plan for ovarian cancer. Here’s what you need to know.

Cáncer ovárico 101: Conoce tus opciones de tratamiento

Deben considerarse muchas cosas cuando se escoge un plan de tratamiento para cáncer ovárico. Aquí encontrarás lo que debes saber.

Ovarian Cancer Is Not a Death Sentence

I have a rare, recurrent type of ovarian cancer — and I'm still thriving

Ovarian Cancer

In ovarian cancer, the cells of the ovary grow and divide uncontrollably. The cells may form a tumor on the ovary, parts of which can break off and spread to other parts of the body. READ MORE

Staying Hopeful After 5 Recurrences of Cancer

During cancer's repeated attacks, a teacher finds support from her husband and her school.

There Is No Test for Ovarian Cancer

Despite clean pap smears, Annie developed ovarian cancer. Read about her journey and what she hopes every woman will learn from her story.

What You Need to Know About Ovarian Cancer

We often hear that ovarian cancer is a ‘silent disease’ with no warning signs. We give you all of the details, here.

Researchers Making Inroads Against Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer can be tough to beat, particularly if it returns after initial treatment, but new research offers a glimmer of hope.

Dad Can Pass on Ovarian Cancer Genes, Too

A gene mutation that's passed down from a father is associated with earlier onset of ovarian cancer in daughters and prostate cancer in the father and his sons, a new study suggests

Are You at Risk of Ovarian Cancer?

Women need to be aware their risk for ovarian cancer increases with age. Half of all cases affect women age 63 or older, according to specialists at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia.

Even a Hysterectomy May Not Protect Against Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer can occur, often without symptoms or warning, even after a total hysterectomy with ovaries removed.

Ovarian Cancer Gene May Point to Early Removal of Ovaries: Study

In particular, women with BRCA1 mutation should have surgery by age 35, researchers say.