Staying Connected is our new remote ovarian cancer support service, helping our community to feel connected, supported and informed. Read more
This set of frequently asked questions about coronavirus has been developed by the One Cancer Voice group of charities. Read more
This booklet describes how to prepare for remote appointments during the COVID-19 period, for those diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Read more
Our information booklets provide helpful information about ovarian cancer diagnosis, treatment and care.
Your questions about ovarian cancer and COVID-19 answered.
Sharing your experiences can be a really powerful way of both supporting others affected by ovarian cancer and raising awareness of the disease.
The Ovacome Support Service is available Monday-Friday 10am-5pm.
Our B.E.A.T. symptom diary will help record your symptoms so that you can discuss how you are feeling with your GP.
For this session we’re joined by Dr Anju Kulkarni, Consultant Clinical Geneticist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, who will be answering all your questions about Lynch syndrome. Read more
Cancer Exercise Specialist Lizzy Davis will be letting you know how you can exercise while staying at home, in creative ways to suit your health and fitness levels. Read more
Knowing how to broach the subject of your genetic test results with your family can be tricky. We are joined by genetic counsellor Demetra Georgiou who will help answer your questions. Read more
Lynne talks about how crafts have helped her to cope with her diagnosis and the added stress of lockdown. She shares her advice for others during this time. Read more
One of our members Adele shares her story in this short film for World Ovarian Cancer Day. Read more
Adele talks about how she has rediscovered her love of painting during lockdown and shares her advice for others during this time. Read more