If you have been affected by ovarian cancer, Ovacome is here to support you. 

We support anyone affected by ovarian cancer; this often includes family members, partners, friends and cancer care professionals.

We offer information and emotional support around all aspects of ovarian cancer. We are not able to offer medical advice or interpret test results.

The Ovacome support service is available Monday-Friday 10am-5pm. Our support services include: telephone, email, text and chat support; an online forum and an online programme of talks, workshops and support groups. 

We also provide support in Arabic, Bengali, Gujarati, Polish, Punjabi and Urdu. Find out more about our community language support service here.

You do not have to give us any personal identifying information and any contact with our service is treated confidentially. You can read our Support Service Standards here.


LGBTQI+ cancer support

Live Through This - cancer support and advocacy charity for LGBTQ+ people affected by cancer

Macmillan LGBT online forum

Trekstock & Live Through This - LGBTQ Sex and Cancer - please note this information is aimed at younger LGBTQ+ people diagnosed with cancer

Cancer Research UK - Information about screening for trans or non-binary people

Marie Curie - Helping LGBTQ+ people with a terminal illness know what care to expect

National LGBT Cancer Network - US based site offering information and support


Further sources of LGBTQI+ information and support

LGBT Foundation - offering advice, support and information to LGBTQ+ people

Stonewall - campaigns for LGBTQ+ rights and equality

Consortium - directory of services and groups for people who are LGBTQ+



Information for transgender, intersex and non-binary people  

Blog posts   For health professionals