Woman to Woman

Let’s Hear it for (and From) Caregivers

When we think about ovarian cancer, or any illness, often our first instinct is to think about the patient who has been diagnosed or undergoing treatment. This is only natural, of course…

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Finding Hope in Tough Times: Messages From our Woman to Woman Mentors

Our Woman to Woman peer support program provides connection and a listening ear. It’s completely virtual and open to all gynecologic cancer patients…

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Ovarian Cancer Research Fund and National Sponsor QVC Expand Woman to Woman Program

Gynecologic Cancer Patients to Receive Support in 6 New Locations WEST CHESTER, Pa (August 10, 2015) —Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) and QVC today announced six new Woman to Woman grant recipients: Cooper University Hospital, Camden, New…

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Ovarian Cancer Research Fund and National Sponsor QVC Expand Woman to Woman Program

Gynecologic Cancer Patients to Receive New Support in Los Angeles, CA; Pittsburgh, PA; Stony Brook, NY and Chicago, IL WEST CHESTER, Pa (September 3, 2014) —Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) and QVC today announced four new Woman to Woman grant…

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Ovarian Cancer Research Fund and National Sponsor QVC Expand Woman to Woman

Program Gynecologic Cancer Patients to Receive New Support in Providence, New Orleans, Houston and The Bronx WEST CHESTER, Pa (March 10, 2014) —Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) and QVC today announced four new Woman to Woman grant recipients:…

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The Valerie Goldfein Story: Founder of the Woman to Woman Program

November 4, 1999 “November 4, 1999 was one of those perfect autumn days in New York when it seems as though nothing could go wrong. But it did for me…

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Ovarian Cancer Research Fund and National Sponsor QVC Expand Woman to Woman Program

Gynecologic Cancer Patients to Receive New Support in Tampa, Fla. and in Stanford, Calif…

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Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Launches National Expansion of Successful Support Program for Patients with Gynecologic Cancer

(New York, NY – October 4, 2011) – A unique support program that pairs women with gynecologic cancer with volunteers who have survived the disease is coming to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital…

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