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Support update: new digital information tools  

Learn about our newly launched tools and resources that put support and trusted information in the spotlight. Introducing our new stages tool, PARP inhibitor eligibility tool and Your Wellbeing hub. 

We’re thrilled to announce a range of new digital tools and resources to help everyone affected by ovarian cancer find the health information and support they need. 

We know it can be difficult to find ovarian cancer information online that’s relevant to you, easy-to-follow, and that you can trust. We’ve worked closely with those affected by ovarian cancer to develop our tools and resources, so that everyone with a diagnosis and their loved ones can find the information they need more easily. 

We’re committed to providing high-quality health information that everyone affected by ovarian cancer needs.  

What’s new? 

  • Our new stages tool helps to break down ovarian cancer stages in a clearer way. 

  • Our PARP inhibitor eligibility tool helps those with stage 3 or 4 high grade serous ovarian cancer understand which PARP inhibitors they may be able to access. 

  • Our new Your wellbeing hub on our website brings together a range of helpful resources to support wellbeing, or a loved one’s, following a diagnosis of ovarian cancer. 

Stages tool 

A mobile phone screen showing the new stages tool explaining ovarian cancer stages and grades

We know that ovarian cancer and its stages can be difficult to understand. This online tool has been developed using feedback from those living with ovarian cancer, and includes clear information and illustrations to help make understanding the stages of ovarian cancer easier.  

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This is very educational, and although I’ve now seen this a few times it is still educating me... It is in simplistic terms that are easy to understand...I found myself understanding my stage better!


PARP inhibitor eligibility tool 

A screenshot of the PARP inhibitor quiz tool that can be found on the Target Ovarian Cancer website

PARP inhibitors are a type of maintenance therapy available to women with high grade, stage 3 or 4 ovarian cancer. We often hear questions about which PARP inhibitors can be accessed and why, which is why we have developed a tool to help make this clearer. The tool will help find out which PARP inhibitor(s) those with a diagnosis may be able to access based on their own individual situation, and provide information to help them have a more informed discussion with their treatment team.   

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Your wellbeing 

A screenshot of the Your Wellbeing section of the Target Ovarian Cancer website

Everyone affected by ovarian cancer can now visit the Your wellbeing area of our website to explore a range of resources in one convenient place. Find information on diet and nutrition, complementary therapies, finances, work and education, and sex and intimacy. Our free information is here to support you, your loved one or anyone you support, following a diagnosis of ovarian cancer.  

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Information you can trust 

With so much health information available online, it’s never been more important to trust what you read. We have been awarded the PIF TICK – the only assessed quality mark for print and online health and care information. 

Looking for more information that’s relevant to you?

We’re always developing our information and would like to hear from you about any information we don’t currently have available, that you need. Please get in touch with us to let us know what you’d like to see. 

If you'd like to speak to a specialist nurse you can call our dedicated support line on 020 7923 5475 or contact us: [email protected]. We're open from 9am until 5pm, Monday to Friday. 

Looking to find and connect with others affected by ovarian cancer? Join the Ovarian Cancer Community