The Gynecologic Cancer Program Resources 

The Magee-Womens Gynecologic Cancer Program suggests the following additional resources to assist you through your cancer journey.

2011 Ovarian Cancer Education Series

The 2011 Ovarian Cancer Education Series provides you and your loved ones with the latest information on ovarian cancer. You have the opportunity to learn about gynecologic cancer from health care professionals, survivors, and other current patients.

Programs are hosted throughout the year at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC in conference room 2131, except as noted on the flier. Registration is free, but required. To register, call 412-802-8299.  

 

Communicating Effectively with your Physician offers tips for discussing treatment options and general health issues with your doctors to best utilize your doctor's visits.

To watch additional educational videos, please visit the Women's Cancer Video Resources page.

UPMC patient resources

Other Online Resources

Women's Cancer LiveWell Survivorship Program

As a survivor, you are faced with the challenges involved in adjusting to life after cancer.

The LiveWell Survivorship Program of Magee-Womens Cancer Program of UPMC Cancer Centers has been developed to help you through this new phase of your life. Learn more about the LiveWell program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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