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"I Am Not My Cancer:" Keeping in Touch With Yourself

Between diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis, ovarian cancer can be all-consuming. For this and many other reasons, it is especially important to remember and keep in touch with all that makes you, you.

You were more than your diagnosis before ovarian cancer, and you will remain all of those things throughout your battle as well. Sometimes it is easy to lose sight of that, so the team shares a glimpse of their human facets beyond their diagnosis in this animation special. How do you break out of the box and keep in touch with all that you are?

Thriving beyond the statistics

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