OCRA’s support and education programs are available to help you navigate your diagnosis, treatment, and life after cancer. We are here to support you and your family, offering layers of support and many ways to connect.
OCRA is the world’s largest non-government funder of ovarian cancer research and has invested more than $110 million into desperately-needed breakthroughs.
OCRA is the voice for the ovarian cancer community, engaging with policymakers to keep this fight a priority. Learn more about our policy positions and discover how you can take action.
The ovarian cancer community needs you— your support, your voice, your passion and commitment. There are so many ways to lend a hand, to improve the lives of thousands of patients and their families, and get us one step closer to a cure.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) released new guidelines on palliative care for cancer patients. “The guidelines outline procedures
for screening, assessment, palliative care interventions,
reassessment, and after-death care.”
October 16, 2012
cancer treatment, outcomes, quality of life, side effects, survivorship, symptoms
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