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Give the gift of more cherished moments

Your donation can fuel groundbreaking research that aims to grant women more time with their loved ones.

Donate Today

Imagine having just one wish: more time with those you love. For women living with ovarian cancer, this is the one wish that burns brighter than any other.

You can help make it come true. Your donation will give the next generation more cherished moments, more memories with their loved ones.

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    could help fund essential laboratory supplies for our scientists, bringing us one step closer to preventing cancer recurrence.
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    could go towards collecting test samples from patients, to trial the effectiveness of new potential treatments.
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    can help significantly contribute to a breakthrough that will lead to clinical trials, a critical step in finding out how successful a new treatment is.
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Chrissie's Story

Two year's ago Chrissie's life took an unexpected turn when she experienced bloating. Since then, her journey has been marked by the physical and emotional challenges of chemotherapy, surgery, moments of remission and heart-wrenching relapse.

Read Chrissie's story

Ovarian Cancer Action Research Centre

Like Chrissie, many women with ovarian cancer face relapse and recurrences. Our research team are working tirelessly to change the outcome for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

Find out about the projects we're funding and how we're working towards the next big breakthrough.

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