What is 'Ask the experts'?

Ask the experts

Worried about how to cover your expenses since your ovarian cancer diagnosis? Thought about changing your diet but don’t know how? Want to do more exercise, but don’t know where to start? We’re here to help.

We put your questions to specialists, including oncologists, clinical nurse specialists, lawyers, beauty writers and finance gurus. We also consult women that have been through similar experiences. We hope their advice will help you feel more empowered to make your own decisions and decide your next steps. Click on topics to the left to explore the questions and answers, or search for a topic above. 

Ask your own question to our experts

If you would like to ask a question of our panel of experts, who include Clinical Nurse Specialists, psychologists, GPs, oncologists and geneticists, please fill in our form. We will aim to get a response to you within five working days. If you have an urgent query or are very worried, please contact your GP or nurse. 

Science, theory and advances in ovarian cancer: an 'Ask the experts' conference

Join us in Birmingham in June 2016 for our Ask the experts conference and hear about the latest science, theory and advances in ovarian cancer.

This free event is open to all women with ovarian cancer and their friends and families and will feature presentations from leading health professionals in the fields of:

  • screening, risk and earlier diagnosis
  • treatment and research
  • living well with ovarian cancer

You will also have the opportunity to put your questions to leading local clinicians and our panel of experts. Find out more and book your place. 

'Ask the experts' podcasts

In June 2014, Target Ovarian Cancer hosted a free 'Ask the experts' information event for all women with ovarian cancer and their family and friends. In our series of podcasts, you can hear from a range of experts about the latest in screening, treatments and surgery.

Featured experts

Our experts’ suggestions are their own and not endorsed by Target Ovarian Cancer staff. We do, however, strongly recommend that you seek professional advice on your personal circumstances before acting on any advice you receive.