Get Educated About Ovarian Cancer

(Originally published by Lohud.com, 9/25/15. Updated 9/3/20) 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. After her diagnosis, Debra made a point of […]

One Call Is All It Takes

By Andrea Karl, BS Support Connection Peer Counselor “One call…..will make all the difference.” That’s what you’ll hear from those who call us. You  have our number, you’ve visited our website and Facebook page, but you still wonder if we can help and how we help. During our office hours (Monday through Friday, 9-5), the […]

Communicating With Your Doctor

Taking on the role of being a patient can be complex and anxiety provoking. However, there are things you can do to take charge of your diagnosis, treatment and life while living with cancer. Learning to effectively communicate with your doctor is a perfect example. Remember: You and your doctor are partners in your care. […]

Resources to Help You Find Your Way

By Barbara Cervoni, LMSW, ACSWDirector of Services and Communication Getting though cancer diagnosis, treatment, recovery and beyond is a challenging path to travel. It has an impact on every aspect of your life, as well as the lives of your family and loved ones. We encourage you to use every tool in your toolbox to […]