Making Treatment Decisions

There are many important steps to take when reaching a decision about how you will treat your breast cancer. But most importantly, remember that everyone's treatment decision is different and dependent on the individual. The ladies of SHARE describe their individual experiences.

Risks & Benefits of Circumcision

Circumcising your child is a hot topic in today's world. Should you? Or should you wait and give them the chance to make the decision when they are older? Dr. Franklin Lowe shows the effects of circumcision on ones life in regards to sex, hygiene, and disease.

Episode X: "It's More than Medicine"

Prostate cancer is a condition and in this context, a story that does not end. We learn in this episode about one of Mark's colleagues and his transition from patient to patient advocate.

Episode IX: "The Follow Up"

In this episode, we walk alongside Mark and July into the reception area and into the exam room and we begin to see that the role Mark will soon embrace is one of patient advocacy.

Episode VII: "Coming Around"

In this episode, Mark returns from surgery and receives his first report on the radical robotic prostatectomy surgery and six weeks later, he receives a thorough pathology report. He asks, "Do you feel you got it all?"

Episode VI: "Complications on My Mind"

Men focus on different things, but two concerns stand out for both patients and their doctors erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence. In this episode, we also learn about the critical support role of partners.

Episode V: "The Doctor, the Robot, and I"

We look for a partner in a physician. In an era of robotic surgery options, then need for patients to become an expert in a short time, and the security and knowledge we gain from second opinions, a close partnership becomes critical for optimal care.

Episode IV: "Knowledge Becomes Choice"

Once we collect information on prostate cancer and treatment options in the context of our cancer stage and surgical profile, we commit to a treatment path. Learn about Mark's treatment decision path and the dimensions of Robotic Prostatectomy.

Episode II: "The Challenge Begins"

Receiving the biopsy report commences one of life's most challenging journeys. Learn how Mark and Julie embrace the report and set an emotional and clinical course of action.

Episode I: "Mark and Julie"

They have cancer on both sides of their family. Most families do. But, when Mark finds himself getting up in the middle night it starts a diagnosis that includes PSA (Prostate Specific Antigens) tests and a series of biopsies and lab tests.

Episode III: "Fear Becomes Knowledge"

Once we understand the disease, we turn our concerns into knowledge and a path forward that Mark believes must be embraced.

Treating the Patient, Not the Disease

"I never overstate until we have the facts, and patients always need hope." Dr. Vaughan of New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center explains how a doctor must be certain of their diagnosis and always allow their patients hope.

Donna's Story

"I keep her memory alive everyday through these walks." Meet Donna, who walks as a constant reminder of her sister's struggle, and ultimately losing battle with breast cancer 12 years ago. This is her story.

Reid's Story

"Cancer will not beat us, we will beat cancer." Meet Reid, who despite being in crutches, continues to walk in memory of his wife, Ellicia, as part of the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer; this is his story.

Naku's Story

"When I first found out that I had beast cancer I could barely speak." Meet Naku, a woman currently living with breast cancer, who is not afraid to tell anyone who asks, just how frightening the initial diagnosis is, but her constant support for AVON Walk is a testament to any woman struggling with a recent diagnosis; this is her story.

Preventing Prostate Cancer

"The most important thing to prevent prostate cancer is to pick your parents properly." Dr. Schlegel (Department Chairman) of Cornell Urology discusses a question they face often -- Can prostate cancer be prevented? They discuss the role of race, diet, genetic profile and review important steps we can take to decrease our risk of facing prostate cancer.

Prostate Cancer and Genetics

"A lot of the risk in terms of developing prostate cancer is genetic and not something we have full control over." Dr. Schlegel (Department Chairman) of Cornell Urology discusses the role genetics play in Prostate Cancer.

The Importance of Early Detection

"There's no doubt that if the cancer is picked up early, it gives many more treatment options than if it's picked up later." Dr. Tewari (leader in prostate cancer research and surgery) of Cornell Urology discusses the critical importance of early detection in prostate cancer and the benefits it has for prostate cancer patients.

Oral Sex and HPV

How do know when that little white spot on your gum is a sign of something more serious, like oral cancer? In this episode Dr. Korneeva, breaks down the signs and symptoms of oral HPV, oral cancer, and what you should do in the event of an oral emergency; this one is not for the faint of heart.

Introduction to HPV

Human papillomavirus, also known as HPV, is an oncogenic virus that causes several diseases; but what exactly causes HPV to manifest, and can it be prevented? In this episode, Dr. Korneeva an OBGYN, gives us a brief introduction to the virus known as HPV.

Maintaining a Positive Intimate Relationship

Every woman is different when it comes to reconstructive surgery: whether they get it or not, and how they feel about themselves and their personal life after making their decision. The ladies from SHARE each tell their own personal stories about maintaining intimate relationships after breast cancer, whether single or with a partner.

Finding a Circle of Support

"It's really important to know who to talk to," says Margo, an advocate for SHARE Breast Cancer Support Groups, but what happens if you're clueless when it comes to seeking the support that you'll need after receiving the diagnosis? Watch now, to learn the essential steps that you should take to find your own circle for breast cancer support.

Cervical Cancer and HPV

How do you know when your HPV has progressed into something more serious? In this episode OBGYN Dr. Korneeva, takes us through the signs & symptoms of cervical cancer as they relate to untreated high risk HPV; you will not want to miss this one.

Delivering the News

After first receiving the news that you've been diagnosed with breast cancer, a natural impulse would be: guarding the news like a secret, sharing it with no one. The ladies of the SHARE Breast Cancer Support Group have another way, one that is rich is fulfillment, support, and may carry you towards remission.

HPV and Pregnancy

Is it possible to healthily deliver a baby to term while having HPV, and what, if any are the complications of being pregnant with HPV? In this episode OBGYN Dr. Korneeva, provides us with the answers, which may surprise you.

Accuracy of Prostate Biopsies

"It's like poking into a pillow in which a couple of golf balls are hidden." Dr. Tewari, of the Dept. of Urology at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, discusses the prostate cancer biopsy and its effectiveness. While it's the best they have, it is not perfect.

Breast Reconstruction Options

There are plenty of options when it comes to breast reconstruction surgery, from deciding if it's the right choice for you to the types of surgeries available. The ladies of SHARE help you decide what's best for you by sharing their experiences, because everything comes down to the individual.

Managing the Side Effects of Chemotherapy

Fatigue, mouth sores, and hair loss are only a few of the intense side effects of chemotherapy. Allow the ladies from SHARE to provide you with helpful tips from knowing what to expect to discovering coping methods that work for you.

Finding The Right Doctor

Breast Surgeons, Breast Reconstructive Surgeons, Oncologists, oh my! With so many doctors available to treat your breast cancer, which one is right for you? Watch now, to gain expert advice from the ladies of the SHARE Breast Cancer Support Group, and make the decision that's right for you.

Eloise's Story

"I am a 5 year breast cancer survivor, and I am in it to end it." Meet Eloise, program director for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, who walks each year as a reminder of her decisive journey with breast cancer. She walks to prove to others that a breast cancer diagnosis has the power to change lives for the better, provide hope, and prove that love really can and really does conquer all; this is her story.

Reacting to the Diagnosis

When you've first been diagnosed with breast cancer, it can be quite easy to let your emotions get the best of you. On the other hand, the ladies of the SHARE Breast Cancer Support Group advocate a different approach. Watch now to learn how to channel that inner strength, when you need it most.

Ellen's Story

"We need to be proactive for ourselves, for our health." Meet Ellen, who is proudly walking for breast cancer awareness for the first time, in memory of her mother, who lost her struggle with the disease 20 years ago. Her words provide a powerful reminder that breast cancer's sphere of influence spreads far and wide, affecting all those close to the center; this is her story.

Judy's Story

"Are you going to let it take you over or are you going to walk forward?" In Judy's case, after hearing her surgeon break the news of her malignant tumor, she decided that come hell or high water she would keep moving forward. This is her story.

Vicky's Story

"Live everyday, thank God every day because without him, we cannot do this." Meet Vicky, who is currently in remission from breast cancer. Although her condition has hindered her from walking, it has not hindered her spirit, or her will to walk for breast cancer awareness; this is her story.

Meg's Story

"Close the book on breast cancer," this is the hope of Meg, mother, performer, and breast cancer survivor. She walks to never forget the anguish that she felt, upon receiving her surprising, breast cancer diagnosis, but her courage, determination, and her sons carry her through each day; this is her story.

Jayme and Risa's Story

"We are both physicians and we are in it to end it," so says sisters and breast cancer awareness advocates, Jayme and Risa Weiner. Driven by their conjoined fear of the power of family history, and their desire to find a cure, they walk as an inspiration for their mother and women everywhere; this is their story.

Jackie and Craig's Story

"I think that human contact is what makes us all come together." Meet Jackie and Craig, two friends, who through their love and support for one another, have decided to walk each year in support of breast cancer awareness; proving that a good friend is the one that stands beside you no matter the circumstance. This is their story.

Treating Cervical Cancer

Human papillomavirus that belongs to the high risk group causes cervical cancer, but what's next? What can you do after you've been diagnosed with cancer? In this episode, Dr. Korneeva takes us through the best and worst case scenarios of a cervical cancer diagnosis.

HPV Transmission & Prevention

Sex is an essential part of life, but what can you do to protect yourself from sexually transmitted diseases like HPV? In this episode Dr. Korneeva, an OBGYN, discusses the essentials when it comes to the spread of and prevention of HPV.

High Risk Groups for HPV

What can be done to prevent high risk HPV from turning into cervical cancer? The answer may surprise you, and OBGYN Dr. Korneeva, is here to let you in on the secret.

Surgical Expectations

"The outcomes from surgical treatment of prostate cancer are dependent on the patient's age, on the extent of the tumor, and to some degree the experience and results that an individual surgeon gets." Dr. Schlegel, of the Dept. of Urology at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, explains common expectations for patients entering into prostate cancer surgery and what factors those expectations are founded upon.

Receiving the News

"When a patient first hears that they have a diagnosis of cancer, they usually aren't ready to accept much more information at that point in time." Why me? I exercised and had a good diet. Why? In this health video minute on prostate cancer, Drs. Tewari (leader in prostate cancer research and surgery) and Schlegel (Department Chairman) of Cornell Urology review the process of receiving and delivering a diagnosis of prostate cancer.

Surgical Challenges

"On one side our goal is to get all of the cancer out-not even leave a microscopic cell. But on the other side you want to preserve every nerve fiber which we can." Dr. Tewari, of the Dept. of Urology at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, comments on the unique challenges of prostate cancer surgery, namely avoiding the nerves surrounding the prostate that are so critical to sexual and urinary function.

Watchful Waiting

"The key in watchful waiting is not waiting, it's watchful intervention." Dr. Tewari, of the Dept. of Urology at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, discusses the fact that surgery and immediate treatment for prostate cancer patients is not the optimal choice for certain prostate cancer patients.

Emotional Recovery from Surgery

Dr. Tewari, of the Dept. of Urology at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, presents an insightful perspective on the emotional dimensions of prostate cancer and the critical role those emotions play in treatment and recovery.

Prostate Cancer Surgery

"Prostate cancer surgery is one surgery in which we don't get credit by what we take out. We get credit by what we leave behind." Dr. Tewari and Dr. Schlegel, of the Dept. of Urology at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, go over the basics of prostate surgery, including the different types of surgery available.

Sara's Story

In this episode, Sara opens up about her recent diagnosis of HPV. She explains the steps she took to get diagnosed and the various health implications of the disease. Despite her affliction, Sara is on a path towards recovery as she introduces exercise and Buddhism into her life. This is Sara's story.

Frank's Story

"The conflict was, was I going to get out of there on my two feet, or were they going to carry me out of there..." Frank, "The Bird & Music Man of Edison" shares his experience with Oncoseed Implant surgery after being diagnosed with cancer at age 73.

Crystal's Story: Episode 1

"At 14 they were telling me I had ovarian cancer...and that I would have to have both of my ovaries removed..." As a woman, this could be the worst news of your life. Sadly, many do suffer from this terrible condition. Crystal talks about her experience.

The Perfect Meal

Achieving the perfect meal for a healthy diet isn't just about portion size, it's about what's going in to each portion. Registered dietitian Megan Madden describes what a perfect meal is made up of, how to achieve it, and what to avoid along the way.

Henry's Story

After recently being diagnosed with Prostate cancer, Henry is faced with making serious decisions about which treatment is best for him. Henry explains the importance of getting a physical in men 40 years of age and older.

Michelle's Story

Acoustic Neuroma - A singer's worst nightmare. After losing her hearing over night, Michelle was devastated to find out she may never sing again.

Jason's Quest to Quit Smoking

Meet Jason, a college student who has been smoking since the beginning of his adolescence. After becoming aware of the health risks smoking cigarettes can cause he has discovered ways of breaking the habit. Find out what these methods are.

Angela's Story: Episode 1

Angela's story begins with the discovery of a small lump on her breast at the age of 16. Her diagnosis remained unclear until the lump had doubled in size within a month.

Angela's Story: Episode 2

Angela's story continues with the immediate removal of her tumor. She reflects on some of the most painful memories from her experience & illustrates the importance of health awareness.

Maintaining a Positive Sexual Relationship

Every woman is different when it comes to reconstructive surgery: whether they get it or not, and how they feel about themselves and their personal life after making their decision. The ladies from SHARE each tell their own personal stories about maintaining intimate relationships after breast cancer, whether single or with a partner.

Kristen's Story

Meet Kristen, a college student which during her junior year in high school discovered polyps in her small intestines. Losing her father and grandfather from the same condition, Kristen knew she had to try a procedure that would forever alter the way she used to live. Learn more about her radical treatment and how she has adjusted her lifestyle to maintain a healthy life. This is Kristen's story.

Irmgard's Story: Episode 1

After catching pneumonia, Irmgard was hospitalized and treated. Soon afterwards x-rays revealed something more serious happening, and that this was going to be the beginning of an ongoing battle with cancer.

Irmgard's Story: Episode 2

In this episode, Irmgard talks about the difficult processes & side-effects of going through chemotherapy and radiation. Though her struggle is not over, Irmgard remains positive and hopeful & is an inspiration to anyone struggling from this affliction.

Lian's Story

At the of age 7, Lian was diagnosed with the third most common type of cancer in children, Lymphoma. Listen to her powerful story as she reveals how she underwent chemotherapy to cure her cancer. You can only stay positive after listening to her story.

Dee's Story

When cancer has run rampant through your gene pool, it's hard not to feel like it's only a matter of time before the disease comes for you. Despite the affect cancer has had on her family, Dee has managed to survive the disease and keep a positive outlook on life to keep her going for years to come.

Unexpected Diagnosis: Evan's Story

How would you react to the news that the little mole on your back is an aggressive, and malignant, Stage 3 melanoma tumor? Meet Evan, who was told just that after a routine doctor's visit. This is the story of his battle with melanoma, & we will discover just how far he will go in order to survive.

Making Informed Decisions

"Information is power and patients need to have the information." Dr. Vaughan of New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center stresses the need for patients to compile as much information they can as quickly as possible so they can make an informed, punctual decision regarding their urologic condition.

Men Need to Be Proactive

"Men tend to put their heads in the sand, and ignore problems, part of the male macho." Dr. Vaughan of New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center comments on how women become comfortable with doctors through childbirth, whereas many men are hesitant to see a doctor about a problem.

Is PSA Testing Reliable?

"I think PSA can be wrong. Having said that, that's the best marker at this point we have." Dr. Tewari, of the Dept. of Urology at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, discusses PSA tests, the need to keep using them for now, and the need to find and use bio-markers as soon as they are available.

Robotic Surgery vs. Open Incision

"Surgical removal of the prostate can either be done with an open incision, as has been traditionally been done, or with a robotic approach." Dr. Tewari and Dr, Schlegel, of the Dept. of Urology at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, present the two main types of prostate cancer surgery, as well as explaining the advantages/disadvantages of each.

Miguel's Resolution: Quitting Cigarettes

Are you addicted to smoking cigarettes and you have tried desperately to quit, but nothing seems to work? Meet Miguel, a 30 yr. old dancer who has decided on a New Year's Resolution to change his life. Watch and see the advice that Dr. Jessica Israel, a doctor of Internal Medicine at Monmouth Medical Center in New Jersey, gives Miguel to help him overcome his addiction to nicotine.

Unexpected Diagnosis: Zachary's Story

Being 17 is hard enough, now throw cancer into the mix. For Zachary, who was diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer during his senior year of high school, this was his reality as he juggled treatment, radiation therapy, and isolation. This is his story.

Zachary's Story

Despite the isolation that comes with radiation treatment for papillary thyroid cancer, Zachary was lucky enough to have the support of a loving girlfriend to get him through, proving that love does conquer all, even cancer.

Lisa's Story

Like many forms of cancer, skin cancer starts as precancerous lesions which are often brushed off as something less serious. In this episode, Lisa recounts her experience as a child having a mole on her forehead that developed into a potentially fatal condition known as Melanoma. She talks about the devastation that she endured during the early stages and how she has overcome her affliction- turning the negatives into positives. Not only does she remember her painful experience, but Lisa attributes it towards the success she has had in her young life.

Skin Cancer & Tanning - Stephanie's Story

After her mother was diagnosed with skin cancer, Stephanie knew that she had to make a conscientious effort to prevent the same outcome for herself. Though she still loves the sun and being outdoors, Stephanie realizes the importance of not overindulging and taking preventative measures when being outside.

The Importance of Protecting Your Skin

According to the American Cancer Society, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, and 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of a lifetime. In this episode, we set out to answer the age old debate of whether to wear sun screen or to not wear any. To get our answers we journeyed to Sheep's Meadow in Central Park to poll our fellow sunbathers; the results will surprise you.

Benefits of the ART Technique

Dr. Ash Tewari has taken his hands-on experience as a surgical urologist and developed a specific plan of attack for many of his prostate cancer patients.

Continued Healing Through Support

Prostate cancer can not only be detrimental to a man’s physical health, it may also wreak havoc on his self-esteem and mental outlook. Dr. Ash Tewari discusses how he has witnessed this hardship in his patients firsthand.

Michael's Story

Curious about robotic prostate cancer surgery? In this episode, Michael shares his experience with prostate cancer and what he did to treat it.

Mike's Story

In this episode, Mike, who is a patient of Dr. Ash Tewari's, talks about his experience of undergoing robotic surgery to treat prostate cancer.

Willy's Story

Willy shares his success story after having gone through a robotic surgery to treat prostate cancer.

Epidemiology Of Prostate Cancer

Epidemiology of prostate cancer
The United States has one of the highest rates of prostate cancer. But why?

Grades Of Robotic Nerve Sparing

What’s nerves got to do with it? When it comes to recovering from prostate cancer surgery, a lot!

Illustration of The Prostate Gland

When drawn out on paper, the prostate doesn’t look that complicated…does it?

Many Types of Treatment for Prostate Cancer

Different components come into play when it’s time for a patient and his doctor to choose a treatment plan. Not all cancers are created equal, after all.

Marvels Of Robotic Surgery

Would you allow a surgical robot to target and remove your cancer? If not, you may change your mind after listening to the wonders of this futuristic technique.

Meet Dr. Ash Tewari

Though Dr. Ash Tewari is now a veteran and expert urologist, becoming a top surgeon in his field didn’t happen overnight.

My Post-Op Management

Keeping patients stable and supported through the recovery stage is key. Dr. Ash Tewari explains the most important factors during this time.

Preventing Prostate Cancer

Men of all ages, it is time to check your chemical intake with these diet and lifestyle eye-openers.

Prostate Anatomy Explained

Once you have a point of reference, it’s pretty simple to visualize exactly where the prostate gland is located within the body. Here, an expert lays it out with a straightforward anatomical guide.

Prostate Cancer Defined

It’s one of the most common male diseases, so understanding what prostate cancer is and how it effects the body is of utmost importance.

Prostate Cancer Stages and Symptoms

We already know that prostate cancer spreads from stage one to stage three, but what exactly does that growth entail?

Your First Visit - What To Expect

Properly preparing for treatment with the doctor involves more than just fulfilling lab work and keeping up-to-date health files.

Putting the PSA Into Action

The Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) test is what specialists currently turn to for finding cancer in the male reproductive system. But does it always work? Dr. Tewari, a physician in the Department of Urology at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, explains.

“Golf Balls” and Biopsies

Dr. Tewari breaks down why a biopsy is not always the perfect indicator of prostate cancer by using the most amazing of analogies.

The Emotional Aftermath of Prostate Cancer

Men who undergo surgery for prostate cancer face more than a physical challenge. Hear how one’s internal outlook suffers as well.

Daniel's Story

Just 2 weeks out of robotic prostate cancer surgery, Daniel is already walking six miles a day. Watch, as he recounts his entire experience from the day he met Dr. Tewari to now.

Michael Z's Story

In this episode, Michael discusses his experience at the Center for Prostate Cancer Center as well as his success with the nerve sparring techniques employed by Dr. Ash Tewari that restored his sexual function. This is Michael's story.

Fred's Story

After extremely elevated PSA levels, Fred walked into Dr. Tewari's office and made on one the most important decisions of his life. That was 9 years ago, and now Fred shares his gratitude for Dr. Tewari and his amazing staff that have continued to play a supportive role on his ongoing journey of good health. This is Fred's story.

Richard's Story

In December of 2012, shortly before Christmas Eve, Richard discovered he was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer. Watch, as he outlines the key factors that have led him to a cancer-free life and please contact Dr. Tewari's office if you would like to learn more about Richard's experience and insights.

Bob's Story

Bob's diagnosis of prostate cancer was revealed to him without any signs of symptoms whatsoever. Though often the case with prostate cancer, finding a good doctor and optimal treatment plan is the next arduous task. Luckily for Bob, he met Dr. Ash Tewari.

Garden OBGYN Welcome Video

Imagine being the most integral part of the miracle of childbirth, after, of course, the mother herself. Imagine being an Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBGYN) doctor. In their field, Dr. Michael Terrani and his colleagues have become more than just patient-care physicians; they are key players in the creation of individual’s families.

Tricia's Story

In an ideal pregnancy, the developing baby stays in the mother's womb full term. But what happens when special circumstances arise and this is no longer possible? The importance of an experienced and trustworthy OBGYN is suddenly never the more important. Take it from Tricia.

Five Amazing Children

Tricia didn't necessarily plan on having a large family, but she considers her now five-member brood a blessing after the slew of unplanned difficulties during her first pregnancy.

Choosing The Right Doctor

With twins on the way and a history of short-term pregnancy, Tricia needed the best of the best as her OBGYN. She knew she'd found it when she met Dr. Terrani.

Prevention Is Everything

Dr. Terrani describes his job as preventing premie-baby disaster, as was the case with Tricia’s unborn children. His methods involve a little something called "cerclage."


Nothing but successfully-proven practices will do when the final goal is to deliver healthy, full-term babies. Dr. Terrani adheres to what he’s found to work in the past.

One Goal

Dr. Terrani's meticulous monitoring isn't just about building a patient-physician bond, it's about potentially saving a life.

Alison's Story

When she needed extra care with her pregnancy, Alison teamed with the Dr. Terrani prenatal plan on the basis of trust, honesty, and assurance. Three healthy, preterm children later, the success of their patient-physician relationship is steadfast.

Starting a Family

Starting a family is not always as simple as it may seem, as Alison was soon to realize. When having children proved more difficult than she had initially anticipated, her prenatal care plan became everything.

Room Full of Smoke

When preeclampsia becomes part of Alison’s pregnancy, Dr. Terrani is ready with a plan. It’s in such circumstances that the OBGYN garners the trust of his patients to make the smart, but sometimes tough decisions.

History Repeats Itself

Lightening may not strike twice in the same spot, but preeclampsia can. Dr. Terrani’s careful monitoring suddenly proves irreplaceable.


Healthy, happy mothers and babies—that’s what everyone involved in the pregnancy, birth, and aftercare process wants. So when certain post-delivery routines prove to save women and infants’ lives, they surely become worth implementing.

Annie's Story - Symptoms and Diagnosis

Meet Annie, an ovarian cancer survivor. In this episode, Annie recalls the initial symptoms that led to her diagnosis of ovarian cancer.

Annie's Story - Coping and Support

In this episode, Annie discusses the power of a support group and learning to cope with a cancer diagnosis.

Annie's Story - Treatment and Road Ahead

In part 3 of this series, Annie details some of the treatments used in her cancer therapy and provides an inspiring message of hope to anyone living with a cancer diagnosis.