Resources for Ovarian Cancer Survivors


Resources for Ovarian Cancer Survivors

The Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance (MOCA) understands ovarian cancer survivors, families and caregivers have many questions
concerning the coronavirus.

We are sharing information about new MOCA programs and relevant resources from trusted sources in cancer care.

How MOCA is Responding to the Coronavirus
An update from MOCA Executive Director, Kathleen Gavin.
Click to read.

Masks with love from MOCA Program
MOCA is providing handsewn cloth masks to ovarian cancer survivors and their families through our “Masks with love from MOCA” program. These masks are intended for women with ovarian cancer who live in Minnesota or receive their health care here. Additional masks are available for family members residing with them.

MOCA is also offering our masks to health care providers involved in the care of women with ovarian cancer. Additional masks are available for family members residing with these health care workers.

“Masks with love from MOCA” are available, free of charge. If you would like to request a mask or would like to help sew masks, please contact Constance White at

Resources for Ovarian Cancer Survivors, Families and Caregivers

National Cancer Institute: “What People with Cancer Should Know About Coronavirus”

American Society of Clinical Oncology: “Coronavirus Information for Patients and Caregivers” “Coronavirus 2019: What People With Cancer Need to Know”

Foundation for Women’s Cancer: “COVID-19: Considerations for Gynecologic Cancer Patients”

Centers for Disease Control: “Managing Anxiety and Stress”

National Institutes of Mental Health: “Coping With Coronavirus: Managing Stress, Fear, and Anxiety”

University of Minnesota, THRIVE: Virtual Cancer Survivorship Class Series Information

Cancer Community Collaborative, “Twin Cities Cancer Community Resources

Please contact your cancer treatment center or physician’s office for questions regarding your specific treatment.

If you are in need of support during this time, please reach out to MOCA’s Community Support Program Manager Stefanie Gliniany at or call the MOCA office at 612-822-0500.