What you need to know
Inform yourself, friends and family by sharing our facts brochure.
Get By Your Side, a guide to support and inform you through your journey with ovarian cancer. This resource is offered free of charge to women across Canada.
Walk for HER
Join more than 45 communities nationwide for Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope, the largest, most powerful event of its kind in the country.
Find out more about research studies and new findings related to ovarian cancer.
Make A Difference
All our funding comes from people like you. Funds raised go towards support, education and research. Thank you for helping us achieve our mission.
Introducing By Your Side, a free guide to support and inform women through their journeys with ovarian cancer.
World Ovarian Cancer Day is on May 8. Get involved by sharing what people need to “Know Now” about this disease.
The Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope has raised $21 million for year-round programming and vital research. Register today to help change lives.
Coast to coast news and events keep ovarian cancer in the spotlight.
Special, live on-stage performance by writer, performer and ovarian cancer survivor, Jenny Allen of New York. Come listen to the story of a woman with ladyballs.
In association with the 8th Canadian Conference on Ovarian Cancer Research
May 8 is World Ovarian Cancer Day and organizations around the globe are sharing what people need to #KnowNow about this disease.
Meet women from across Canada who share their insights and emotions experienced throughout their ovarian cancer diagnosis.
The whole story
A piece of advice (in French)
A young woman’s perspective
Experience with the health care system
Persistence is key (in French)
Actively participate in your health care
The whole story
A difficult diagnosis
The whole story (in French)
Denying the diagnosis (in French)
A learning process (in French)
Her symptoms (in French)
Her diagnosis (in French)
It is a fight (in French)
Finding the strength (in French)
Life doesn't stop (in French)
Sharing her story
La vie est belle (in French)
Why it is important (in French)
to date has been allocated to research by Ovarian Cancer Canada.