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No one ever needs to cope with ovarian cancer alone. There are many support options available for you, your family and friends. We are here to support you and can help provide information to you when you need it.
After many years of talking to women with ovarian cancer,we know there are some useful things you can do soon after your diagnosis to help you feel a little less overwhelmed.
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, you may have many questions and you may want to learn as much as you can about the type of treatment and support services available.
The Resilience Kit is a support guide for women with an ovarian cancer diagnosis, developed in close partnership with a team of experts and with women who have experienced living with ovarian cancer.
We have a range of support resources to empower you with the information you need, answer many of your questions, and provide you with links to other sources of information and to a wider support community.
Find out more about genetic testing for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and implications for treatment
Having cancer and undergoing cancer treatment can be tough on just about every part of your body, mind and soul. It is important to acknowledge your needs and find the best ways to care for your whole self.
Find more detailed information about different therapy options in ovarian cancer, clinical trials and follow up care.
Ovarian cancer is more common in older women, which can mean younger women may feel isolated and feel their specific needs and concerns are not being addressed. This page will provide you with information and links to other services available to you.
Ovarian cancer and its treatment can cause symptoms and side effects. This page includes practical tips to help you deal with the symptoms and side effects that may affect you.
The Ovarian Cancer Australia Helpline is available Monday to Friday.
To speak with an ovarian cancer support nurse please call 1300 660 334, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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