Target Ovarian Cancer is the national ovarian cancer charity working to save lives and help women diagnosed live their lives to the full, wherever they are in the UK. We provide support for women with ovarian cancer via our website, publications, our programme of events and courses, all available free of charge.
I have just been diagnosed with ovarian cancer
Information for women with a recent diagnosis, including treatment, advice, stories from other women and support.
My ovarian cancer has come back
If you have a recurrence of ovarian cancer, visit this section for information, practical advice, stories and support.
My ovarian cancer is terminal
If chemotherapy is no longer wanted or possible, visit this section for information, advice, support and more.
Support for you
Discover our support publications and events, as well as listings of support groups in your area.
Familial ovarian cancer
In most situations, ovarian cancer is not an inherited disease, but in up to 20 per cent of cases ovarian cancer can run in the family.
Ask the experts
We put your questions to specialists in oncology, nursing, law, beauty, finance, wellbeing and more
Further advice for younger women
Three quarters of new ovarian cancer cases in the UK are diagnosed in women aged 55 years and over. If you’re a younger woman, please visit this page for additional support.
Clinical trials information
All new medical treatments and procedures have to be thoroughly tested before being approved with a selected number of patients. These are clinical trials.
A to Z
Confused by some of the words used to talk about ovarian cancer? Use our ovarian cancer glossary to get to grips with medical terminology and jargon.