Hundreds of thousands of Americans are caregivers for women with ovarian cancer. For many people, taking care of a loved one who has ovarian cancer might seem like the most natural thing in the world to do because you love that person. But being a caregiver can be an intense experience, often including coordinating care, talking to doctors and providing physical, emotional and spiritual support.
For more information on the legal rights of caregivers, as well as other caregiver resources, watch our free webinar by CLRC staff attorney Shelly Rosenfeld: Legal (and Other) Resources for Caregivers of Women with Ovarian Cancer.
This webinar was produced in partnership with the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance and originally published on December 2, 2019.