Receiving a diagnosis of ovarian cancer from your doctor is just the beginning of a very personal and unique journey for you and your loved ones. It’s a path that will likely present a variety of emotional and physical challenges.

Today, there are many women who have survived ovarian cancer. And the prospects for hope grow every year.

The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition–Sacramento Chapter with Blaise Media has produced a variety of video programs to support the national ‘Break the Silence’ campaign to help increase awareness of ovarian cancer.

‘Stories of Hope-Surviving Ovarian Cancer’ is a 15 minute video documentary (available in English, Spanish and Chinese languages) featuring the stories of five very different women who have taken the journey of survival and become stronger because of it. Together, they represent different generations and ethnic backgrounds. But more importantly, they have walked the path of survival. And through the power of documentary filmmaking, are able to provide you with information, encouragement and hope.

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