Ovarian Cancer

A Guide to Survivorship for Women with Ovarian Cancer
F. J. Montz, Robert E. Bristow, Paula J. Anastasia / 2005

But I Just Grew Out My Bangs: A Cancer Tale
Katya Ursula Lezin / 2012

Cancer and Death: A Love Story in Two Voices
Leah Vande Berg, Nick Trujillo / 2008

Gilda’s Disease: Sharing Personal Experiences and a Medical Perspective on Ovarian Cancer
M. Steven Piver, Gene Wilder (Contributor) / 1996

I’m Living With It, Not Dying From It
Johnna McClure / 2011  

Memoir of a Debulked Woman: Enduring Ovarian Cancer
Susan Gubar / 2012

No Time to Die: Living With Ovarian Cancer
Liz Tilberis, Aimee Lee Ball (Contributor) / 1999

Outshine: An Ovarian Cancer Memoir
Karen Ingalls / 2012

Ovarian Cancer Journeys: Survivors Share Their Stories To Help Others
Ayala Miron / 2004

Ovarian Cancer: Your Guide to Taking Control (Patient-Centered Guides)
Kristine Conner, Lauren Langford, Musa Mayer / 2003

Positive Results: Making the Best Decisions When You’re at High Risk for Breast or Ovarian Cancer
Joi L. Morris and Ora K. Gordon, MD / 2010

Still With Me: A Daughter’s Journey of Love and Loss
Andrea King Collier / 2003

The Light Within: The Extraordinary Friendship of a Doctor and Patient BroughtTogether by Cancer
Lois M. Ramondetta, MD, Deborah Rose Sills / 2008

 

The information on provided here is for informational and educational purposes only, and is not intended as a substitute for medical help, advice, diagnosis or treatment; nor does it constitute an endorsement of any particular author, philosophy or organization. If you suspect or have been diagnosed with a gynecologic cancer, seek care first from a gynecologic oncologist.

Awareness

Look for the Foundation’s ad in the September issue of Family Circle!

Research

Research Prize applications are due 10/28. Click here to apply for one of the 7 available prizes.

Education

The next Ovarian Cancer Survivors Course is Sept. 12 in Duarte, Calif. For more information, click here.