Resources to Share

CDC offers scientifically accurate information about ovarian cancer in a variety of formats. See more gynecologic cancer resources.


These public service announcements (PSAs) were developed by the Inside Knowledge campaign for organizations and individuals to share with local media. To request video files, please contact CDC-INFO.

A doctor with a patient sharing what's on their mind.

This video encourages women to share what they know about their family health history with their doctor so they can take action on their risk for ovarian and uterine cancers.

Image of a family eating together.

This video encourages women to engage their families in conversations on cancer health history to understand their risk for uterine and ovarian cancers.

Linda sits on a stool and covers her face with her hands while her husband stands behind her and holds her shoulders.

Learn about Linda’s inspiring journey. A shorter version is also available.

Knowledge Is Power: Ovarian Cancer

This short animated video informs women that ovarian cancer has warning signs; know the symptoms, listen to your body, and see a doctor if you notice anything unusual.


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Ovarian Cancer Podcast Series

The Ovarian Cancer Podcast Series are short discussions with Iowa and Rhode Island state health department staff about why they participated in CDC’s project to learn about the best ways to increase the number of ovarian cancer patients who are treated by a gynecologic oncologist. Project award recipients discuss the work they did, notable successes, and sustainability of this work moving forward.

Print Materials

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Note: Content developed by CDC’s Inside Knowledge campaign is available for public use exactly as it is found on CDC’s web site, without being changed in any way. If you have questions about how you may use these campaign resources, or if you would like to request print ads or print disks, please call 1 (800) CDC-INFO (800-232-4636) or contact CDC-INFO.