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MOCA's mission is:
To create an awareness regarding early warning signs that may be indicative of ovarian cancer
To create and promote resources for support, networking and education for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer in order to help them in their battle
To unite and educate individuals, the medical community and organizations to overcome ovarian cancer
To advance ovarian cancer research toward better treatment, diagnosis and a cure.
Also they provide many support group.
MOCA provides an ongoing ovarian cancer support group on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month from 6:00 7:30 p.m. Beginning December 13, the meetings will be held at MOCA's office at 4604 Chicago, Avenue South (formerly the Womens Cancer Resource Center). Primary facilitators: Jean Rafferty and Carol McPherson. You may join at anytime. For more information, call MOCA, 952/890-8775 or email Kathleen at email@example.com.
Fridley Unity Hospital Cancer Resource Center
The Lois Wooden Ovarian Cancer Support Group meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. at the Cancer Resource Center at United Hospital, 550 Osborne Road. This is an ongoing group, which you may join at anytime. For more information, please call Marcia Carlson, 763-236-6061
St. Paul Fine Arts Center Lounge at Macalester College
This ovarian cancer support group meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 6:007:30 p.m. Meetings are held at Macalester College in the Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center Lounge in room #104, just inside the west entrance of building #11 on the map. Primary facilitator: Marge Higgins.
Directions to Macalester:
Monticello Daytime Group
This daytime group for women living with ovarian cancer is held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 10:30 a.m. 12 noon at 261 East Broadway Monticello. Primary facilitator Jean Rafferty.
Coming Soon: Southeastern Minnesota Support Group for Ovarian Cancer Survivors.
Check MOCAs web site or call MOCA.
Daughters Group for Women Who Have Lost Their Mothers To Ovarian Cancer
This group meets the third Wednesday of the month from 7:00 8:30 p.m. at MOCAs new office at 4604 Chicago Avenue South (formerly the Womens Cancer Resource Center). You may join at anytime. For more information, please call MOCA at 952/890-8775 or email Kathleen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All support groups are free and led by trained group facilitators. For more information, please call MOCA at 952/890-8775 or email Kathleen at email@example.com.
Yttrium 90 Microspheres Education and Support is an organization comprised of individuals who have been affected by primary or metastatic liver tumors. They have found hope through either sir-spheres or theraspheres and offer support and encouragement for those looking for information, expecting to undergo treatment, or surviving after treatment with Y90 therapy. Y90 is a treatment that provides an option when there is often little opportunity left with advanced liver involvement. Support services include 1-800 Survivor line, telegroups, a monthly newsletter, educational teleconferences, a FRIENDS matching service for patients in similar circumstances, and a support forum. For more information, visit www.y90support.org or call 1-877-937-7478.
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To create an awareness regarding early warning signs that may be indicative of ovarian cancer.
To create and promote resources for support, networking and education for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer in order to help them in their battle. To unite and educate individuals, the medical community and organizations in the fight to overcome ovarian cancer and advance research toward a cure.
Ovarian cancer affects 1 in 55 women. Unfortunately, 75% to 80% are diagnosed in advanced stages greatly limiting life expectancy. This statistic has not changed in 20 years. This statistic can be changed through education and information to women and physicians about the risks and subtle symptoms of ovarian cancer.
Advocacy and education of women and health care providers to promote awareness of symptoms, increase early detection and improve treatment methods. Provide support and networking for all those affected by this disease. Provide marketing, promotion and fundraisers to sustain our efforts and contribute to the ongoing research for a cure. Coordinate a speaker's bureau for community and local education.
Communications and coordination of local, state and national efforts to fight ovarian cancer.
Support organization for women and their loved ones who are affected by ovarian cancer. This organization provides emotional support, educational information and access to resources to help improve the quality of life for those with ovarian cancer. OCNA also speaks on behalf of women in public policy forums, providing expert knowledge about the effects of OvCa on individuals and families, helping to shape the policies that impact gynecologic health, and elevating the cause among public and private agencies in order to reduce the mortality rate among women with the condition. The organization is committed to raising awareness and early detection until reliable screening is available.
OCNA is a supportive and inclusive organization that invites all women to share in the spirit of survival.
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Reference M.D. Anderson's URL for telephone, general contact, and patient admission information. This site also contains information regarding on-going clinical trials, new research developments, diagnostic and treatment protocols, and a broad range of detailed information about all types of cancer.
The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center is the largest cancer center in the world, is non-profit, and holds the No.1 ranking in the nation for patient survivability as well as numerous other attributes factored into rankings compilations. M.D. Anderson uses research-based treatment protocols, maintains large separate research laboratory campuses external to their Houston center, and also has cancer care centers in Orlando, Florida and Madrid, Spain. Due to their large number of international patients, a full staff of interpreters is available for any language.