Has ovarian cancer taken over your life ― and career?
Disability for Ovarian Cancer can provide financial relief.
An estimated one in 75 women will develop ovarian cancer during her lifetime. The disease, which begins in the ovaries, is sometimes called the “silent killer” because there are often no symptoms until the disease has progressed to an advanced stage.
There are basically three forms of treatment for ovarian cancer: surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. All of these options can be painful, long and expensive. In many cases, women undergoing treatment for ovarian cancer can no longer work.
Losing your job and your source of income can be financially ― and emotionally ― devastating. Fortunately, there’s hope. If you are expected to be out of work for at least a year, there’s a strong chance you could qualify for Disability for Ovarian Cancer.