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Talking to your family doctor about: Ovarian cancer
To help you and your family doctor have an effective conversation about ovarian cancer, you can use this self advocacy tool.
Building your toolbox: Healthy eating tips and recipes
Find out about healthy eating practices and learn how to manage some of the side effects of cancer and cancer treatments and get some great recipes to try in your own home.
Ovarian cancer and medical cannabis
Join Dr. Jacob McGee, Dr. Kristin Black, and Renée Resendes on April 11th to discuss the latest information about medical cannabis use for patients with ovarian cancer.
A comprehensive guide to support and inform those who have recently been diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
Peer support programs
Ovarian Cancer Canada, in partnership with Wellspring Cancer Support, provides various peer support programs to support those diagnosed and living with ovarian cancer.
Unpacking palliative: The myths and the realities
Enhance your understanding of palliative care by unpacking the concept and clearing up common myths. Advanced care planning strategies and resources are also shared.
Manitoba Ovarian Cancer Research Symposium
An opportunity to hear from researchers, scientists, and a Gynecological Oncologist about the research happening in Manitoba that will impact progress across the country.
Writing through cancer: How writing can be healing
A one-hour exploration of the power of writing to help you navigate through the cancer experience. Join Dr. Sharon Bray, to take a brief look at the benefits and method of healing writing.
The Evidence on Movement and Exercise for Ovarian Cancer | Ovarian Cancer Canada Speaker Series
During this session, Dr. Culos-Reed, Dr. Keats and Victoria Schuteze shared the benefits of physical activity for individuals living with, and beyond, ovarian cancer.
The importance of support
Join Paula Holmes-Rodman, Teal Sisters and their caregivers, to learn about the importance of support in your cancer journey and how you, and those around you, can make a difference in your life.