Another excellent comic in the Medikidz series. This publication tells the story of Jenny whose grandmother has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. The comic has been "written by doctors for kids", and has been peer reviewed by an Australian team and supported by Ovarian Cancer Australia (OCA) and the Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group

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Janice M. Coggins was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at the age of 59. In this book, she tells the story of her diagnosis and treatment for ovarian cancer, as well as her life beyond treatment.

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Australian woman, Charlene Ericson, describes her experience with ovarian cancer. Diagnosed at the age of 31, with two young daughters, describes her diagnosis and treatment and provides advice for other women. Includes links to support services in Australia.

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Click the 'View this item online' link above to hear this What's On session recording: Aromatase Inhibitors are a class of drugs used in the treatment of hormone receptor positive breast and ovarian cancers in post- menopausal women. Kristy Brown, Co-Head, Metabolism & Cancer Laboratory, Prince Henry’s Institute is a researcher with a particular interest

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Aimed at women fighting, facing or fearing breast and ovarian cancer, this book explains the myths and realities of the genetic breast and ovarian cancer, and explains the options for deciding whether to be tested, understanding the results, and making decisions to manage the risks.

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This book combines research, expert advice and personal stories to provide 'previvors', survivors, and their family members the guidance they need to face the unique challenges of hereditary cancer.

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In this book, Dr Beningo offers a compassionate and easy to understand insight into standard and other treatments for ovarian cancer, and potential for breakthroughs in treatment for this cancer. It contains personal stories of women who have survived the disease.

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A collection of stories from women from different ages and cultures who have been through diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer, only to find that the cancer recurred.

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A list of resources on breast and gynaecological cancers in Vietnamese and English. The PDF includes hyperlinks to these resources. This resource list was created as part of a project funded by Cancer Australia.

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When Doris Bett was diagnosed with cancer, she began writing a private journal. Evocatively told via three voices – the diarist, the poet, and the voice of fairytale and myth – this memoir explores the intricate dynamics of family, truth and memory. [Back Cover]

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