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A message from CEO Tania Vrionis

Read the CEO Blog: Harnessing the power of community

World Ovarian Cancer Day is quickly approaching on May 8. It’s a global day of recognition - a day to bring our voices to the forefront and demand attention. CEO Tania Vrionis details the power of community, forward momentum, and how together, we can and will improve outcomes.

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Expanding horizons in ovarian cancer research

Together with the Cancer Research Society, Ovarian Cancer Canada recently announced funding for 10 new projects focused on improving treatment so that people with this disease can live longer and better. Find out how those with lived experience of ovarian cancer contributed to deliberations, and how research is being changed for the better.

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Meet the recipients of the 2021 Peggy Truscott Award of Hope

Hailing from across Canada, this year’s recipients of the Peggy Truscott Award of Hope are shining examples of how to affect change and help improve outcomes for women living with ovarian cancer. Awarded annually, the Peggy Truscott Award celebrates the dedication of individuals who volunteer to support the mission of Ovarian Cancer Canada.

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Stories from our community

Featured Story:  Donna You are stronger than you think you are.


Being an ovarian cancer thriver was going to be my reality.


At that age I was thinking of having children.


To find new treatments, we need the clinical trials out there.

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May 31

Virtual (Zoom)

Presented in partnership by Ovarian Cancer Canada and Cancer Care Manitoba, this event...

Jun 08


Ovarian Cancer Canada is convening the research community and attracting top talent to...

Jun 14

Virtual (Zoom)

Teal Tea is a time for connection and conversation, where women with ovarian cancer can...

Jun 15

Virtual (Zoom)

Teal Tea is a time for connection and conversation, where women with ovarian cancer can...

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Research is key

  • 3,100 people are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year in Canada
  • 250+ scientists comprise the Canadian research community dedicated to improving outcomes because of Ovarian Cancer Canada’s longstanding efforts to attract top talent and build capacity
  • $14M in life-changing research projects are currently underway through Ovarian Cancer Canada
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Donations in support of Ovarian Cancer Canada support research, improved care, and prevention efforts. Every gift counts as we strive to help people with this disease, and others at risk for it, live fuller better longer lives.

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