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Creating a legacy through memory making, story telling and advocacy
Learning how legacy work is not only important for "the afters" and for "the others" but also how it can be healing, exhilarating and even fun for the present and for you.
Getting your ZZZZs
How to improve your sleep with ovarian cancer
Travel insurance tips
Money matters: Financial options for cancer patients
This presentation will help patients navigate the maze of income replacement options and other financial resources.
How to have effective conversations with your healthcare team
Tips and Tricks
The mysteries of menopause, explained
During this session, you’ll hear about the varying symptoms of menopause, potential symptom management options, and questions that can support conversations with your health care team.
Taking control of your care
Complementary therapies to support conventional ovarian cancer care
Redefining ovarian cancer outcomes
Ovarian Cancer Canada’s research progress
National Symposium: Learn from leading experts
Sessions delve into topics such as menopause, complimentary therapies, financial supports, and tools to support conversations with your care team.
Early Cancer Detection using Cell-Free DNA Sequencing
Join Julia Sobotka, Research Genetic Counsellor and Program Manager of the CHARM consortium, for a deep dive into the hereditary factors that can lead to ovarian cancer. In this session you will learn about the differences between sporadic and hereditary cancer, and Julia will explore cell-free DNA testing, its benefits and limitations in relation to early cancer detection, and discuss a new clinical trial using cell-free DNA testing for early cancer detection in patients with hereditary cancer syndromes.