As many of us as possible need to get involved and tell decision-makers that we think things should be different for women with ovarian cancer.
By demanding action through our key campaigns, we hope to make life better for women with ovarian cancer and for those yet to be diagnosed.
Scotland and Wales elections
On 6 May 2021, Scotland and Wales go to the polls to decide their next parliaments. Find out how you can get involved by contacting your local candidates and what our priorities are for the next governments.
Read more about about the elections.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on women with ovarian cancer. Action needs to be taken to ensure that diagnosis, treatment and support are returned to pre-pandemic levels as quickly as possible.
Read more about our campaigning on coronavirus.
One in five women diagnosed with ovarian cancer are already too ill to receive treatment. Along with 14,000 of our campaigners, we're calling on all UK governments to transform early diagnosis of ovarian cancer.
Read more about our campaigning on diagnosis.
Awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer can save lives. But at the moment, too few women know the symptoms to look out for. We need to change this, so we're campaigning for national awareness campaigns that will give every woman the best chance of survival.
Read more about our campaigning on awareness.
Access to drugs
Access to drugs varies across the UK. We want to improve access so that every woman has the best treatment options for her, no matter where she lives.
Read more about our campaigning on access to drugs.