Ovarian Cancer Support Service

If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer or think that you could be at risk call our specialist team on our support line for expert guidance, personalised clinical and research information and emotional support.

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Members Day 2017

Join us on Saturday 4th March at St Luke’s Community Centre, 90 Central Street, London EC1V 8AJ.

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Survivors Teaching Students

The Survivors Teaching Students programme uses the voices and experiences of women with ovarian cancer to help students learn and retain knowledge about the signs and symptoms, risk factors and treatment protocols for the disease.

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We were founded and are run by women with ovarian cancer themselves and are therefore especially sensitive to the needs of women with this devastating diagnosis. We have been supporting women affected by ovarian cancer and their families since 1996. Our specialist support team give expert guidance, personalised clinical and research information, emotional support and resources for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer or worried they might be at risk. We run the only ovarian cancer online forum which is accessible, informal and patient led; where women with ovarian cancer, and their family, can discuss their experiences with other women suffering from the disease. They offer each other encouragement, knowledge, understanding and friendship creating a much needed support community.


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8th November 2016:
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