11 women die in the UK every day from ovarian cancer. Awareness of ovarian cancer is low, both among women and GPs, with two-thirds of women diagnosed once the cancer has already spread.
Research spend on ovarian cancer in the UK has dropped by a third in five years. Enough is enough.
This March tens of thousands of symptoms leaflets were read, thousands of cakes were baked, hundreds of outlandish outfits worn and more teapots brewed than we could count… all with one aim in mind – to get more women diagnosed at the earliest stage, where the chance of surviving for five years or more doubles. Thank you for making this Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month the loudest yet!