Cheryl's Story: Ovarian Cancer


Cheryl Lampasona was 21 years old when she was diagnosed with a rare type of ovarian cancer that only 12 other people in the world have had. In virtually uncharted territory, it was unclear if she would be able to have children or what the treatment would be. Her doctor, Diane Contreras and the team at the Katz Institute for Women's Health, treated Cheryl, and now Cheryl has two beautiful children. Watch her story.

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