• Get Educated About Ovarian Cancer

    (Originally published by Lohud.com, 9/25/15. Updated 8/7/17) By Barbara Cervoni, Support Connection, Inc. In 1998, when she was 43, Debra Paget called her doctor because she felt some strange things were happening with her body. She said she was having some spotting when she shouldn’t have been. “At first, we …
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  • When Your Loved One Has Cancer

    A diagnosis of breast or ovarian cancer changes the life of the person who’s been diagnosed. But it also affects people who are close to them, such as a spouse, life partner, or any caregiver or loved one. The impact can be profound. At Support Connection, we are here for …
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  • Put Your Toes In The Water

    By Andrea Karl, BS Support Connection Peer Counselor  Andrea is one of the Peer Counselors on our staff. At one point, she facilitated 4 support groups a month. In this blog post, she shares her personal experience as a support group member after her own diagnosis in 2003, as well …
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  • The Beauty and Luxury of Book Club

    In this article, Peer Counselor Andrea Karl, who co-facilitates our Book Club, shares what our Book Club means to her and the other women who participate. She’s discovered it’s a perfect excuse to indulge in a beloved pastime while enjoying conversation, companionship and escape. I am a reader. Always have …
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