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January 08, 2024

A conversation with Audra Moran, about using data and AI in ovarian cancer research

An edited transcript from an interview with Audra Moran, President and CEO of Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance (OCRA). Golda Arthur ...

November 28, 2023

A conversation with Dr David Huntsman, about how scientific research is moving the needle in ovarian cancer

An edited transcript from an interview with Dr David Huntsman, Director of OVCARE, Vancouver General Hospital, BC Cancer Agency and UBC.&nb...

November 27, 2023

A conversation about raising funds and awareness, with Sharlene Wallace from Ovarian Cancer Canada

Sharlene Wallace is the Community Engagement Lead Atlantic Canada for Ovarian Cancer Canada. This is an edited transcript. Golda Arthur...

November 24, 2023

A conversation with oncology nurses working with ovarian cancer patients

I spoke with Mikaela Trites , Jessica Bennett, and Sarah Green, who work for the Nova Scotia Health Authority, about their work as oncology...

November 07, 2023

A conversation with Kristen Dunfield 

Nadia Chaudhri was a neuroscientist who died of ovarian cancer in 2021, and she spent her final months raising awareness of this cancer.&nb...

October 30, 2023

A conversation with Sharon Tate, head of primary care development for Target Ovarian Cancer in the UK.

A conversation with Sharon Tate, head of primary care development for Target Ovarian Cancer in the UK. Golda Arthur   &n...

October 23, 2023

A conversation with Dr Ed Esplin, Clinical Geneticist

A conversation with Dr Ed Esplin, clinical geneticist Dr Ed Esplin is a clinical geneticist with Invitae, a genetics testing company. I...

October 16, 2023

A conversation with Alison Ross from Ovarian Cancer Canada

A conversation with Alison Ross from Ovarian Cancer Canada (transcript has been edited for length) Alison Ross    My...

Treatment
September 28, 2023

Treatment

I think of chemotherapy as a weapon of mass destruction in the body, some sense. Yes, it can save a life faced with cancer, but it comes at...