The Teal Journal: The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance Periodical of Progress is published by The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance to provide information related to the science, research, clinical work and advocacy that allows one an insight into the most relevant and current information available.
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The Teal Journal: The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance Periodical of Progress will be published quarterly:
March: Covering Society of Gynecologists Annual Meeting
July: OCNA Conference Edition
September: National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
December: A Wrap on the Year from the perspective of doctors, researchers and opinion leaders
Editor: Karen Orloff Kaplan, MSW, MPH, ScD
Contributing Writers: Barbara Bellman; Cara Tenenbaum
Design: Abby Allender; Michael Ross, Michael Ross Associates
Website Development: Abby Allender
Sponsored by: Morphotek, Inc.
The “Ask the Expert” column will appear quarterly and will be edited by a guest expert. Readers are invited to submit questions.
The Periodical will consider accepting by-lined articles. Abstract submissions will be reviewed by the Editorial Staff of The Teal Journal and members of the Scientific and Medical Advisory Committee of the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance. While the Editorial Staff will not be able to respond to all queries received, the Editor will be in touch with individuals whose materials are being considered.
Individuals interested in submitting an article may submit an abstract (250 word limit) and a list of published articles here.
OVARIAN CANCER NATIONAL ALLIANCE
Established in 1997, the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance is the foremost advocate in the United States for women with ovarian cancer. As a 501(c)(3) organization, the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance leads a national initiative on behalf of women with ovarian cancer by advocating for increased research funding for the development of an early detection test, improved healthcare practices and life-saving treatment protocols. The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance also educates healthcare professionals and raises public awareness of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer.