Connect With Ovarian Cancer Organizations
There is a large community of women and care partners who are impacted by ovarian cancer. Check out this comprehensive list of organizations that help advance research and support women and their families. Next to each organization are icons indicating the kind of support you can find at each site. Explore the list to find the group that's right for you.
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Provides support and information to high-risk women, including early symptoms and lifestyle changes for cancer prevention.
Contains information on counseling, support groups, financial assistance, and community resources. The website also has online educational workshops and educational materials. Cancer Care is for people who are currently in treatment or who are survivors of cancer, caregivers, and healthcare professionals.
Contains a wide range of content for people impacted by cancer through a weekly radio broadcast, webinars, e-books, and cancer education materials. Includes links to find clinical trials and support information.
Provides information for women and their families who have a genetic risk of reproductive cancer. Includes information and videos on risk management strategies and working with research and the medical community. Support is available through a toll-free hotline.
Supports innovative cancer research and helps increase public awareness of gynecological cancer, including risk information, prevention, early detection, and optimal treatment.
Provides support for women with ovarian cancer, their spouses, and loved ones through advocacy, survivor stories, networking, and education.
Provides a free website for people who have cancer and their care partners. An organization with a vision to transform the cancer experience through community and connection. MyLifeLine.org empowers cancer patients and caregivers by offering an online communication platform at no cost to families in order to ease stress, anxiety, and isolation following a diagnosis.
Contains resources designed for caregivers and healthcare providers. Provides information about state and local caregiving coalitions that offer referral services, outreach, and support to families who are impacted by illness or disease.
Promotes and expands patient, public, and professional education about ovarian cancer. The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) is a nationally recognized organization with a growing nationwide network of chapters. NOCC's volunteers fuel the ovarian cancer awareness movement throughout the United States.
Provides patient support services by serving as a resource and peer network for survivors and caregivers. This initiative also helps women who are symptomatic or who are at a higher risk for cancer to advocate for proper medical attention.
Advances research to prevent, treat, and defeat ovarian cancer; supports women and their families before, during, and beyond diagnosis; and works with all levels of government to ensure that ovarian cancer is a priority. Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance (OCRA) is the largest global organization dedicated to fighting ovarian cancer.
Focuses on finding a cure through public education and awareness. Includes patient information materials, such as a "What to Ask Your Doctor" guide. Hosts an annual symposium.
Provides support and links to local and national organizations offering education, support, and clinical trial information. This organization sponsors Survivors Teaching Students, a program that educates medical students about the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer.
Strives to create and sustain a supportive network and community of women affected by breast and ovarian cancers. SHARE's work focuses on empowerment, education, and advocacy to bring about better healthcare, an improved quality of life, and a cure for these diseases.
Offers support for young Jewish women with breast or ovarian cancer and their families and friends. Their mission is to offer a community of support to women of all Jewish backgrounds who are diagnosed with breast cancer or are at increased genetic risk. Sharsheret accomplishes this by fostering culturally relevant individualized connections with networks of peers, health professionals, and related resources.
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