Ovarian cancer unfortunately can be overlooked, and as a result, lead to underdiagnosis. Those suffering with symptoms and pain are often not taken seriously before it is too late, with many symptoms brushed off as "this is normal". Ovacome provides incredible work to support those going through all stages of Ovarian cancer.
At a young age I witnessed my Nan suffer from this terrible disease, and I will be running the London Marathon to show my support for those diagnosed with Ovarian cancer whilst also raising awareness.

I will be taking part with immense pride, knowing I am representing an amazing charity, and doing it for my Nan.

Ovacome provides a range of support services for those affected by ovarian cancer. This includes the family and friends of those diagnosed, as well as those who might be at higher risk of the disease because of their family history. Ovacome also work closely with doctors and other clinicians to ensure that those diagnosed are given the most up-to-date information to help them navigate their treatment and care.
Ovacome is also a community for anyone affected by ovarian cancer, meaning that the charity provides groups and events where people can meet others in similar circumstances, to share advice and offer each other encouragement along the way.
Every donation to Ovacome goes towards creating new services to support all those affected by this less common cancer. Any amount that you feel able to give could make a huge difference to the life of someone going through diagnosis and treatment at the moment.

I want to support Ovacome to do more for those affected by this disease, and so would appreciate any contribution or help you can offer.

Thank you so much! Danny O'Shea