Ovacome is the ovarian cancer charity supporting anyone affected by ovarian cancer. This includes the health and cancer care professionals working to treat and support those diagnosed with the disease and their loved ones.
We provide clear, clinically accurate and expertly reviewed information resources, to assist you in supporting your patients and helping them to understand all aspects of their care. We run clinical webinars on a range of topics relating to ovarian cancer treatment and research, which are open to both patients and clinicians/students working the field. We offer a support network for patients and their families, through our 24 hour online forum and our wide range of local and national support groups.
We are also the UK providers of the international Survivors Teaching Students programme, through which our volunteers living with ovarian cancer give presentations in medical and nursing school settings. The volunteers share their experiences, discuss how their symptoms presented, and provide insight into the patient experience of ovarian cancer and best practice in care. These sessions also provide the opportunity for students to speak to the volunteers and ask them questions about their experience.
Ovacome is a membership charity and membership is open to health professionals. As an Ovacome member, you'll be notified of any upcoming expert talks, as well as new campaigns and opportunities for professional development.
Finally, as a support charity, we are also here to provide emotional support to those working in the field of ovarian cancer. We understand how difficult this can be, so our team are here if you ever just need a chat. Call us on 0800 008 7054, email [email protected] , or type a message into the pink chat box at the bottom of your screen.
Information about clinical guidelines for ovarian cancer in the United Kingdom.
Order our patient information booklets and B.E.A.T. symptom awareness resources.
STS is an innovative volunteer project in which people with ovarian cancer educate clinical students about the signs and symptoms.
Ovacome is a membership charity. It is free to join and gives access to a range of benefits.
We provide symptom information and support lines in six community languages – Arabic, Bengali, Gujarati, Polish, Punjabi and Urdu.
Recorded talks and workshops to support you through ovarian cancer treatment and beyond.