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Read about OCRF-funded research projects seeking to improve survival outcomes for ovarian cancer patients.
Discover who we are, what we do and how your support can help change the statistics for Australian women.
What we do
Learn about the silent killer that claims another Australian life every eight hours.
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Through innovative ovarian cancer research, we aim to improve the lives of women with ovarian cancer today and increase survival rates in the future.
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Research relies on your support. Find out how you can fundraise on our behalf, show your support to our partners, or use your voice to spark action.
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"I want my daughter and her friends to be able to grow up and have a test for ovarian cancer as part of their regular health check-up. I don’t want them to fear this. It’s not going to save my life, but it might just save hers or one of her friends."
OCRF Ambassador Kel Pittman
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Having lost her mum to Ovarian Cancer, Avalon Cole is launching #OvariesForLife to raise awareness and funds for ovarian cancer research.
Lucinda Nolan, CEO of the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF), reflects on why we must #ChooseToChallenge the unknowns of ovarian cancer, not just on International Women's Day, but every day.
Ovarian cancer researcher Dr Maree Bilandzic discusses the desperate need for greater funding security for ovarian cancer researchers in order to maintain progress that will save Australian women's lives.
The State of the Nation in ovarian cancer report revealed 3 key goals to see a stepped change in ovarian cancer survival. The first goal is to see a 50% survival rate across Australia through the establishment and implementation of four key priorities.
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