Janet's message inspires us all to continue the fight against ovarian cancer. She devoted her heart and soul to the South Carolina Ovarian Cancer Foundation.
SCOCF Spokesperson Andie MacDowell
Andie serves as 'Spokesperson for the South Carolina Ovarian Cancer Foundation'. View our new Awareness Ads here!
Make a donation to support the SCOCF
Preferred Registration Extended until July 7th! Whether you are newly diagnosed, a longtime survivor or a caregiver, you are sure to find hope and inspiration at our 2015 Ovarian Cancer National Conference. Join us in San Diego July 24-26 for this life-changing weekend. Click the plus sign to register before the $199 registration ends on July 7th!
When WNY Ovarian Cancer Project co-founder Kathleen Maxian was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, she felt overwhelmed by the amount of negative statistics and information she found on the internet. It took a long 6 months until she met a long-term ovarian cancer survivor who showed her survival was possible. Now a 6-year survivor, Kathleen says […]
The post Partner Member Profile: WNY Ovarian Cancer Project appeared first on Ovarian Cancer National Alliance.
Several promising advances in the treatment of ovarian cancer were presented at this year’s annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncologists (ASCO). Below, we have summarized a few of the major presentations and will continue to highlight work from the conference in summaries from our research advocates.
News and Events
2015 Upstate Dragon Boat Festival: Please consider sponsoring a paddler. Read More