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Ovarian Cancer

Feature Video
Dr Shannon Westin, a clinical investigator at the MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses PARP inhibition for patients with deleterious or suspected deleterious germline BRCA-mutated (as detected by an FDA-approved test) advanced ovarian cancer who have been treated with three or more prior lines of chemotherapy.
Katie Kosko
Revised federal guidelines recommend that more women, especially cancer survivors, be considered for genetic screening for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
Sherry Ballou Hanson
I was never any good at math, but I can count. So I learned to live by this bit of information by counting the days that passed after my treatments for ovarian cancer.
Kristie L. Kahl
The Food and Drug Administration’s recent approval of Zejula for certain patients with advanced ovarian, fallopian tube or primary peritoneal cancer was the first PARP inhibitor approved for the treatment, not the maintenance, of these women.
Sherry Ballou Hanson
Looking back on Day One in the chemotherapy journey. 
Jessica Skarzynski
The Food and Drug Administration has approved Zejula for patients with advanced ovarian, fallopian tube, or primary peritoneal cancer that have been treated with three or more prior chemotherapy regimens and whose cancer is associated with homologous recombination deficiency-positive status.
Lisa Schlager
Before getting genetic testing for hereditary ovarian, breast or other cancers, make sure the company providing it is both reputable and qualified.
Sherry Ballou Hanson
"They say once you hear the word cancer, you retain maybe 40 percent of the information that follows, but the words 'ovarian cancer' got through alright."
Kelly Irvin
An ovarian cancer survivor shares what she wishes she had known then with those who are newly diagnosed.  
 
Dr. Gizelka David-West
Knowing your family history is the first preventative step any woman can take to avoid a diagnosis of ovarian cancer.
Shannon Pulaski
"I don’t have cancer, but here I am. This is my life. This is my reality. I am BRCA positive."
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