Johns Hopkins Patients' Guide to Ovarian Cancer
The Johns Hopkins Patients’ Guide to Ovarian Cancer is a concise, easy-to-follow “how to” guide that puts you on a path to wellness by explaining ovarian cancer treatments from start to finish. It guides you through the overwhelming maze of treatment decisions, simplifies the complicated schedule that lies ahead, and provides valuable tools to help you to put together your plan of care. Empower yourself with accurate, understandable information that will give you the ability to confidently participate in the decision making about your care and treatment.
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First StepsIve Been Diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer
My TeamMeeting Your Treatment Team
Taking ActionComprehensive Treatment Considerations
Be PreparedThe Side Effects of Treatment
Straight TalkCommunication with Family Friends and Coworkers
Maintaining BalanceWork and Life During Treatment
Surviving Ovarian CancerReengaging in Mind and Body Health After Treatment
Managing RiskWhat if My Cancer Comes Back?
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