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This November, move 4km every day and raise funds to support women living with ovarian cancer.
The new edition of the Resilience Kit contains information to help understand every aspect of living with ovarian cancer– including diagnosis, treatment, support services and life after an ovarian cancer diagnosis.
Information on the emotional aspects and challenges associated with living with an ovarian cancer diagnosis and will include some strategies to help manage these challenges.
Our updated booklet on ‘Genetic testing and hereditary ovarian cancer’ provides comprehensive information on genetic testing and the process. We have also created a new fact sheet for anyone who has a biological family member with an ovarian cancer diagnosis.
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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Nelly thought nothing could slow her down. Then at the height of her career, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
It was just a routine surgery. I was young and healthy, so I didn’t think anything was going to be wrong.
Despite initially dismissing her symptoms as general fatigue from a busy life, they increased in frequency and severity.
I was frustrated with my bloated stomach. I worked out and ate well, why was my lower abdomen so distended?
Your gift of any size makes a meaningful contribution to our work, saving lives and supporting women.
Create your own event or campaign and have fun raising money with friends, family and colleagues.
Show your support for those affected by ovarian cancer with some teal merchandise.
Our volunteers are vital to the growing ovarian cancer movement, helping us to increase our reach.
The Hairhouse Foundation is proud to announce its partnership with Ovarian Cancer Australia, launching their round-up purchase program, with additional initiatives to be announced.
Anna Boltong appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Ovarian Cancer Australia
Diagnosed with Stage 3 advanced ovarian cancer at the age of 41, Renata shared her story with parliamentary ambassadors at Parliament House.
Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) has also now recommended the PARP inhibitors Olaparib and Niraparib be listed on the PBS for those with HRD.
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 supported more than 6,000 women, their partners, family and friends impacted by ovarian cancer. We ensure those affected do 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.
All donations of $2 and over are tax deductible in Australia.
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