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What to do if you’re experiencing ovarian cancer symptoms in the COVID pandemic
If you’re experiencing symptoms of ovarian cancer it’s still important to get them checked out by your doctor.
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Covid-19: Advice for people with a high genetic risk of cancer
For those at high risk of cancer, due to a genetic mutation like BRCA1, BRCA2 or Lynch syndrome, this may be an anxious time as risk-reducing surgery and other medical appointments are delayed.
Managing anxiety & stress during the coronavirus outbreak
In these challenging and uncertain times, it’s really important to ensure that you are taking care of your mental health.
Walk in Her Name Step Challenge
For Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in March, Walk In Her Name for the 295,000 women diagnosed with ovarian cancer worldwide every year. Do it for every mum, grandma, partner, sister and friend and help fund lifesaving research to make ovarian cancer a survivable disease.
- Ovacome is the national UK charity providing support to anyone affected by ovarian cancer. They have a support line and you can see how else they can help you online here.
- Macmillan provide physical, financial and emotional support to help you live life as fully as you can. They have a page with updates relating to the COVID-19 and more guidance for people with cancer here.