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Join us for the 2021 Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope

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Hope lives here

CEO Elisabeth Baugh on why this year it’s more important than ever to show up for the Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope on Sunday, September 12. She recounts a few standout moments from her travels across the country over the years, and shares how it all started.

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Enabling research on rare forms of ovarian cancer

With funding from Ovarian Cancer Canada’s OvCAN initiative, Dr. Mark Carey is developing scientific models to advance research on low-grade serous cancer, a rare form of the disease. Models, like these, are tools that mimic the behavior of cancer cells so that scientists can test drugs and further knowledge. But funding, particularly as it relates to rare diseases, can be challenging.

Find out how we are changing the research landscape

Living with ovarian cancer? Join us for Teal Tea.

Teal Tea is a time for connection and conversation, where women living with ovarian cancer can share their stories and learn from one another’s experiences. It’s a small group gathering that takes place entirely online. Choose from a variety of dates and times, and join us as often as you wish.

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Stories from our community

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

Margaret

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

MARGARET'S STORY
Trista

At that age I was thinking of having children.

TRISTA'S STORY
Sharon

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

SHARON'S STORY
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Sep 19

Calgary, Alberta and Virtual

Join the Ovarian Cancer Canada team in Calgary for the Scotiabank Marathon series in...

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Oct 01 - Oct 31

Toronto, Ontario and Virtual

Join the Ovarian Cancer Canada team in Toronto for the Scotiabank Marathon series in...

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Supporting Awareness and Research

  • 3,100 Canadian women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year.
  • 2.1% of donations for cancer are directed toward ovarian cancer.
  • $6M to date has been allocated to research by Ovarian Cancer Canada.
  • $10M to advance progress on ovarian cancer research in Canada*
See how your gift makes a difference

*A first-ever commitment from the Government of Canada (announced in the Federal Budget in March of 2019) allocated to Ovarian Cancer Canada and following years of community advocacy for increased investments in disease research.

You can help change lives

All our funding comes from people like you. Funds raised go towards support, education and research. Thank you for helping us achieve our mission.

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