In the second event of the Staying Connected in Wales series, Ovacome and Ovarian Cancer Action are joined by Dr Rachel Jones (Medical Oncologist at Swansea’s Singleton Hospital) and Dr Alexandra Murray (Consultant Geneticist at the All Wales Medical Genomics Service).

They’ll talk to us about how gynae cancer services are running at the moment, update us on the use of PARP inhibitors in treatment, and explain the genetic testing pathway for ovarian cancer patients and their families in Wales.  

There will be time to ask Dr Jones and Dr Murray questions at the end.

Please be aware that our guest experts will not be able to answer personal medical questions.

Staying Connected in Wales is a series of online events hosted by Ovacome and Ovarian Cancer Action specifically for those living with ovarian cancer and their families in Wales.

We are here to support you, so please get in touch if you have questions or are unsure about how to join the session.

Register for this online session below. You will then be signed up for all three of our Staying Connected in Wales event series.

We are here to support you, so please get in touch if you have questions or are unsure about how to join the session.

You can join our online sessions on your landline, mobile, laptop or iPad.

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Please note that when you register, we will keep a record of your name and email address for our internal event logging. We will not contact you using this email address, other than to send you information about the event that you have registered for, unless you indicate when registering that you would like us to stay in touch. If you do not want your name and email address stored for internal event logging purposes, please email [email protected] .

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