This World Ovarian Cancer Day we want to cause a commotion. With one woman dying every two hours of ovarian cancer, it's time to let the world know the size of this issue - and what we're doing to change that.Find out more
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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.Find out more
Read about the types of treatment for ovarian cancerFind out more
Read about the different types, stages and grades of ovarian cancer, and what they mean for your treatmentFind out more
Where to go for support if your cancer has returnedFind out more
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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.