This article was posted on the OCRA website on May 27, 2021. \
"When COVID-19 swept across the globe, self-isolation became a new reality for many. But as pandemic-related restrictions have started to lift, those living with ovarian cancer may still find themselves struggling with feelings of isolation. It’s not uncommon to experience these emotions at any stage of a gynecologic cancer, from diagnosis to treatment and beyond. But there are ways to cope. Read on to get advice from others who have found ways to keep from feeling alone."
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