£25 means three GPs can access training to ensure early diagnosis of ovarian cancer.
£50 could help 50 people learn about the symptoms of ovarian cancer through our leaflets. Knowing the symptoms and when to visit the GP is crucial.
£170 means our support line can help 10 people who need advice and information they can trust.
The impact of your donation
We know that early diagnosis saves lives so we're committed to improving early diagnosis on all sides.
Everyone must know the symptoms of ovarian cancer. We partner the NHS on delivering public health campaigns on TV and in areas with health inequalities. We run advertising across billboards and in magazines ready by thousands (like The Times and The Sun). We secure stories and symptoms in media stories - on TV, radio and in magazines and paper, and we run online campaigns – read and watched by millions.
We work closely with GPs who are at the heart of early diagnosis to help them diagnose ovarian cancer faster and earlier. No GP wants to miss a diagnosis and hundreds of them have done our training and are part of our GP network. This month we’re proud to launch a new early diagnosis toolkit for healthcare professionals, which includes information and safety netting interventions, so that no GP misdiagnoses.
We campaign for quicker testing – doing a CA125 blood test and ultrasound at the same time to cut the waiting time.