Rising up against ovarian cancer

Creating more survivors and enriching their survivorship

Did you know there are about 200,000 ovarian cancer survivors currently living in the United States?

Many turn to NormaLeah as a resource, to connect them with others and to share information. We wish there were more survivors . . . we cherish every ovarian cancer patient and all of their family members.
 



Support

Support

The most important fact to remember is that a specialist in female reproductive cancers -- a gynecologic oncologist -- will give you the best possible outcome.

Newly Diagnosed

Newly Diagnosed

The most important life-saving action you can take is to consult with a gynecologic oncologist, who will give you the greatest chance at survival.

Recurrent Patients

Recurrent Patients

Ovarian cancer is often a chronic disease. Many women recur after their initial treatment presenting new challenges.

For Caregivers

For Caregivers

An ovarian cancer diagnosis affects the whole family and can put a tremendous strain on both caregivers and loved ones.

Additional Resources

There are many resources available for information that might be more specific (or not) to your needs at any time during your survivorship.