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Next generation research for next generation lives.

We’re funding the next generation of research so these girls and their millions of contemporaries will face much better prospects than their mothers, aunts and grandmothers. But research takes time. With more support, we can accelerate the rate of progress for women today and for the next generation.

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    COVID-19 Information Hub

    We are a member of One Cancer Voice – a coalition of cancer charities working with the NHS to give people affected by cancer up-to-date information.

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    Staying Connected

    We’ve teamed up with Ovacome to deliver our Staying Connected programme, helping our community feel supported, connected and informed.

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    White rose campaign

    90% of women don’t know the four main symptoms of ovarian cancer. But you can help change that. Create and share a white rose to help raise awareness. Find out more

Ovarian cancer symptoms

Ovarian cancer has four main symptoms. You can use our diary to keep a record of the symptoms you are experiencing to take with you. This will help your GP make a speedier diagnosis.

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Patient Hub

The Patient Hub provides information and advice that will help guide you from your diagnosis, through to treatment and beyond. It features information about how ovarian cancer is treated, advice for younger women, where to go for more support and advice, and more.

BRCA & Lynch Hub

Our genes are the instructions that spell out how to make proteins, which are the building blocks of our body. They are an instruction manual that defines how our bodies work.

Genetic mutations can increase your risk of developing certain cancers.

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Your stories

Walk in Her Name: Step Challenge

Join our Step Challenge and take 295,000 steps, one for every woman diagnosed with ovarian cancer globally each year. Walk, run, dance or hop your steps during the month of May and together we can fund life-saving research.

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