Traveling and Ovarian Cancer: Resources
When my mom was sick with ovarian cancer, she continued to travel. She took cruises to so many different places and saw so many things that I won’t be able to for years (if at all). Obviously, she’d wait until the doctors cleared her, but it didn’t stop her from living her life.
I think that cancer is clearly very physically limiting, but it’s also self-limiting, if you let it be. If you’re interested in resources for traveling with cancer, I’ve put a few high-quality links together (read: no wikis, etc.) for you. Feel free to pass along if you’re thinking of planning your summer vacation (and you deserve one, by the way).
Foreign Travel for Advanced Cancer Patients (National Institute of Health, 2007)
Travelling with Cancer (Cancer Research UK)
Travel and Cancer (Macmillan Cancer Support, 2011)
Traveling with Cancer (cancerandcareers.org)
True North Treks (a very cool travel opportunity/resource for young adult cancer survivors)
Bon Voyage! Tips for Making Traveling with Cancer a Little Easier (The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Blog)
Traveling with Cancer (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
Have any to add? Feel free to let me know below!
- Nutrition for Ovarian Cancer Patients (everydayhealth.com)
- Ultrasound-based screening for ovarian cancer (pharmaceuticalintelligence.com)
- Wow of the Week: Penn training dogs to detect ovarian cancer (medcitynews.com)
- Team finds markers related to ovarian cancer survival, recurrence (rdmag.com)