Ovarian Cancer News
California Gov. Brown's top adviser dies after cancer battle
Nancy McFadden, chief of staff to California Gov. Jerry Brown, has died of ovarian cancer.
Murder victim's mom to perform at Michigan comedy festival
The mother of a Michigan teenager who was murdered in 2016 is hoping to give back to those who helped her by performing standup comedy at a fundraiser
How to find hidden cancers? Doctors try glowing dyes
Researchers are testing fluorescent dyes that make cancer cells glow to make them easier for surgeons to find, giving patients a better shot at survival
Erin Andrews spreads awareness about cervical cancer : What you should know
In 2018, more than 13,000 women could be diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer and more than 4,000 women could die from it, according to estimates from the American Cancer Society -- and it is often preventable with the regular screening. In 2016, "Dancing With the Stars" co-host Erin Andrews was
Breast cancer testing may need to be tailored by race: Study
A new Harvard study shows women of color are often diagnosed at late stages.
Woman becomes sister’s surrogate after breast cancer diagnosis
Randi Fishman said she was devastated to be told by doctors before the age of 30 that she should look into surrogacy after a recurrence of breast cancer . “It was really hard,” Fishman, now 34, told ABC News. “I definitely always thought it was something I was going to be able to do and the thought
Gene Wilder's widow on what it's like to care for someone with Alzheimer's
In an exclusive essay for ABC News, Karen Wilder opens up about her 35-year marriage to the late actor and activist Gene Wilder . The “Young Frankenstein” star died last year at the age of 83, after battling Alzheimer's disease in the final years of his life. Wilder discusses some of the trials and
Despite decades of cancer treatment progress, black and white survival rates remain different: CDC
Despite years of improvements in cancer care, the disease still disproportionately kills black people, according to three sobering new reports from a study funded by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC's findings on ovarian, breast and colon cancer survival, published in the
Meet the inspirational cancer patients and survivors who are rowing toward recovery
The Recovery on Water group helps breast cancer patients and survivors improve their strength through rowing and fosters a community for women struggling with the disease.
Harry Connick Jr. and his wife Jill Goodacre reveal her breast cancer battle
Harry Connick Jr. and his wife, Jill Goodacre, revealed to People magazine that she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012. Goodacre explained to the magazine that after a routine mammogram and sonogram, she was diagnosed with stage 1 invasive ductal carcinoma. Her treatment included a