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Join the Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope this September to save women's lives

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It takes ladyballs to learn about ovarian cancer. Here’s what you need to know and why everyone should care about this disease.

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An Update: Taking Steps to Address the Doctor Shortage in Saskatchewan

Advocates and community members spoke up and spoke out about the shortage of gynecological oncologists in Saskatchewan. Now we have some hopeful news…

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From Vancouver to Montreal: Cross-Canada ride fosters community and inspires action

Cécile Hryhorczuk was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in December 2015, and this summer, she is riding across Canada to connect with women and families affected by this disease, raise funds, and prove that there is life after cancer. With over 5,500 kilometers to ride, 57 stops to make and two months on the road, family, old friends and new friends, gathered on Sunday June 23rd, at English Bay in Vancouver for Cécile’s send-off...

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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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Sep 08

National event

The Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope is the largest and most powerful event of its...

Sep 24 - Sep 25


Dr. Trevor Shepherd will speak about the development of a novel approach to improve...

Sep 25

Sault Ste. Marie

The Zonta Club of Sault Ste. Marie invites you to Purses, Pies, and Pinot in support of...

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Supporting Awareness and Research

  • 2,800 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.
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