Women's Health

Ovarian Cancer Treatment Leads Two Women to Friendship

Ovarian Cancer: Though they shared the same experiences

Though they shared the same experiences, they were also very different

Nicola and Erin shared a special experience to draw from. The level of acceptance and empathy they had for each other was unmatchable. No one could better understand the anxieties and emotions they shared fighting their cancers. However, both women also had distinct differences.

Nicola’s cancer was different

Erin had ovarian cancer, and Nicola’s cancer was a rarer form of uterine cancer. This meant Nicola had more trouble with her treatments being not only longer, but also less successful. Erin only required three months of chemo before starting radiation, while Nicola required 10.