Last Updated: Dec 2010
Ovarian cancer is the 8th most common cancer diagnosed in Australian women, with one in 67 women being diagnosed with the condition before the age of 85. Ovarian Cancer is a tumour growing on the Ovaries, potentially spreading to other parts of the body. The two main forms of treatment are surgery and chemotherapy.
These clips are excerpts from the Facing Ovarian Cancer DVD produced by RealTime Health partner Media One, Sydney. This multi-award-winning DVD runs for two hours and is separated into 13 chapters for practical viewing.
BUY the 'Facing Ovarian Cancer' DVD Click on the Animations tab to view 3D medical animations about this illness.