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Ovarian Cancer Awareness Info

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Info

Teal Awareness Ribbon Jewelry

Teal ribbons represent the following causes or diseases: Native American Reparations, Polycystic Ovarian Disease, Myasthenia Gravis, Ovarian Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Sexual Violence. In silver or 14k gold our enamel and gemstone ribbons are a beautiful way to raise awareness. This list is not inclusive, if you know of other resources please contact us.

There is no early detection test... BUT THERE IS AN APP for symptoms. Get it here:

http://www.ovariancancer.org/app/

 

Visit, share, link.... great resource on Ovarian Cancer
http://www.ovarian.org
This site was recommened to us, years ago, and we've found it VERY informative.  Visit today! (A thank you to Jessica for sending this to us!!!) 

 

The GOG
www.gog.org
The Gynecologic Oncology Group (GOG) is a non-profit organization (national) with the purpose of promoting excellence in the quality and integrity of clinical and basic scientific research in the field of Gynecologic malignancies.entific research in the field of Gynecologic malignancies.

Chemo Care
http://www.chemocare.com
Information on Chemotherapy Drugs and Side Effects.  Scott Hamilton's chemotherapy site offers the latest chemo information for cancer patients and their families, caregivers and friends. Outlines all you should know about chemotherapy and cancer treatment.

http://www.ocrf.com/
The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization devoted to the formulation of early diagnostic treatment programs and research towards the ultimate conquest of ovarian cancer.  Every day OCRF makes a difference in thousands of women's lives and the lives of their families. With each new research grant awarded, new steps are being taken toward finding a cure.  Currently there is no effective means

Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Florida
http://www.ocaf.org/
Please click to view this site.  It is a fantastic source of information, with many links of interest including a link to help you find a gynecologic oncologist.  There are also survivor's stories.


Ovarian Cancer Petition for US Stamp
http://www.petitiononline.com/ovca2004/petition.html
Please click to sign this petition!  For an Ovarian Cancer Awareness Stamp.

Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Nevada
The site has information about ovarian cancer.  Ovarian cancer is NOT limited to Nevada and therefore we feel this site is of benefit to all women (and men) looking for information on this disease.  Visit today!
Click HERE for our teal ribbon jewelry.

Click the Banner to Learn About FORCE
http://www.facingourrisk.org
National nonprofit organization for women at risk for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.  Great links and resources.  Please visit their site for more information.

CONVERSATIONS!
http://www.ovarian-news.com/
The International Newsletter for Those Fighting Ovarian Cancer. 
Good info links including questions to ask about treatment.
Conversations!
PO Box 7948
Amarillo, TX 79114
Phone:  (806) 355-2565


Ovarian Cancer National Alliance
www.ovariancancer.org
Site has several different entrances:  for Newly Diagnosed Friends and Family, Survivors and General Interest.  A good source of info for anyone touched by this disease.

Gilda Radner Familial Ovarian Cancer Registry
www.ovariancancer.com
This organization is researching the causes of familial ovarian cancer.  Little is known about this disease and research is needed.  Visit today, support their efforts.

Roswell Park Cancer Institute 
Elm & Carlton Streets 
Buffalo, NY  14263 
(800) 682-7426

National Ovarian Cancer Association
http://www.ovariancanada.org/
620 University Ave 
Toronto, Ontario  M5G 2L7 
(416) 971-9800  www.ovariancanada.org

Society of Gynecologic Oncologists
http://www.sgo.org/
401 North Michigan Avenue 
Chicago, IL  60611 
(312) 644-6610 

Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, Inc.
http://www.ocrf.org/ 
One Penn Plaza
Suite 1610 
New York, NY  10119 
800 873-9569  www.ocrf.org

Booklet from the National Cancer Institute
http://www.ontumor.com/ovary/wynk/index.htm#21
A web page that provides an online booklet with facts about ovarian and other cancers.  Good resource!


http://www.chemoangels.com/
Chemo Angels is "a volunteer group dedicated to adding a ray of sunshine to the lives of those undergoing treatment for cancer."  Click the link or banner to visit today.  There are angels among us.

 

Cancersurvivor.com
http://www.cancersurvivor.com/
This site provides information and support to anyone who has been affected by cancer.  It has great info and great links!

New!  The Mautner Project
Very informative site.  Has great links to help increase Breast and Cervical Cancer Screenings for Underserved Women.  Breast cancer does not discriminate between those with insurance and those without.  Neither should those fighting it. 

Cancer.org
The American Cancer Society.  Has information on many different types of cancer. Quick responses to emails.

Cancer.gov
National Cancer Institute Site.  Good resources.

Oncolink.com
Easy to navigate. 
Good site for information on many different types of cancer.

Dare to Dream!
Informative, easy to navigate. Great resource for Canadians!  Many links and history in the making as Deborah begins her ride in June, 2003 cross country to help raise awareness and funds about Ovarian Cancer.

 

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