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Ovarian Cancer

General Information
Ovarian Cancer Facts
General information about ovarian cancer, risk factors, symptoms and resources for more information.
Ovarian Cancer in Connecticut
Current statistics about new cases, deaths, trends, risk factors, stage of disease at diagnosis, and survival.
Connecticut Tumor Registry
Contains links to several reports about cancer in Connecticut, including ovarian cancer.
Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer
Genetic Testing for Breast and Ovarian Cancer: What You Should Know
Questions and answers about BRCA gene mutations and the advantages and disadvantages of genetic testing. Contains links to information and tools for assessing risk.
Family Health History
Links to information about the importance of family health history for assessing risk of getting ovarian cancer and other diseases.
New England Cancer Genetics Counselors
Locations and contact information for genetics counselors in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont.