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We understand every person’s journey with cancer is different. Our flexible support services and in depth resources are designed to help you.
Learn the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer, and what to do if you are experiencing any of these symptoms.
No one ever needs to cope with ovarian cancer alone. There are many support options available for you, your family and friends.
Ovarian cancer affects family, friends and carers too. Find out more about caring for them, and yourself.
Ovarian Cancer Australia works closely with health professionals around Australia.
The Ovarian Cancer Australia Helpline is available Monday to Friday.
To speak with an ovarian cancer nurse please call 1300 660 334 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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I lay in a Melbourne IVF clinic planning to donate my eggs to my sister, who had exhausted her IVF options.
Amy had been suffering symptoms for many years that had been explained away by treating doctors as Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Julie was 48 and living a busy life when she started to feel tired all the time.
For Stacee, the road to her ovarian cancer diagnoses was long and complicated.
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During my pregnancy it was discovered I had an ovarian cyst that was growing in size with the baby – it grew so large it was similar to carrying twins!
On my 30th birthday, I lay in a Melbourne IVF clinic having undergone an ultrasound to check how healthy my ovaries were. I planned to donate my eggs to my sister who had exhausted her IVF options.
OCA leads the National Action Plan and was instrumental in securing over $35m to fund the key sector priorities and research agreed by over 50 researchers and by women living with the disease.
Over the past 5 years, OCA has received more than 7,000 requests for support. We ensure those affected to not walk alone by providing information, advice and connection.
OCA leads the national effort to ensure ovarian cancer is known by all Australians including the health professional community in an effort to improve survival outcomes.
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