The Rarer Cancers Foundation exists to ensure that people with rarer cancers have access to the best services and outcomes. We provide up to date information on rarer cancers and treatment options available. We enable supportive networking for patients, carers and clinicians and act as a gateway, directing patients to further avenues of support and information, such as patient groups or charities.
UK wide network providing support and information as well as a nurse-led telephone and email support service staffed by medical professionals that can answer clinical questions, talk through the issues, provide emotional support, advice and chat. Publishes a newsletter three times a year which is packed with information about the latest ovarian cancer research, trials and lots of news from our members. Ovacome also publishes authoritative clinical information for people affected by ovarian cancer and for health professionals, and represents the interests of women to the health service, the medical and research establishments and decision makers.
If you have cancer or are concerned about a friend or relative with cancer, we are just a call away. Our Freephone Cancer Support Line is manned by an experienced Oncology Nurse, a Health and Wellbeing Advisor, a Cancer Support Advisor and a team of highly trained volunteers. We can listen to your worries and concerns about cancer, as well as providing information, advice and support. Our Cancer Support Advisors provide Financial Support, Counselling, a Social Work Service and a number of support groups, including Bereavement Groups, to anyone affected by cancer. In addition, our Mobile Cancer Support Unit brings cancer care to the heart of a patient's community.
Ovarian Cancer Action strives to stop women dying from ovarian cancer by funding world-class scientific research leading to innovative treatment and progressive solutions and funds the Ovarian Cancer Action Research Centre at Imperial College London, raises awareness of symptoms and acts as an advocate for people affected by ovarian cancer.
Target Ovarian Cancer is dedicated to achieving a long and good life for every woman diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the United Kingdom, and working to improve diagnosis and treatment of this disease.
The Eve Appeal is a registered charityworking hard to raise money to fund the world-class research programme at the Department of Women's Cancer based at University College London (UCL).
Major breakthroughs are already being achieved towards improving survival rates of women with gynaecological cancers through the Department's pioneering research into screening, early diagnosis and risk prediction. To build on these successes and save women's lives, raising urgent and on-going funds is critical. Promoting awareness is vital too. The Eve Appeal therefore disseminates information about the research we fund. We publicise - and provide information on - gynaecological cancers. We contribute to the development of policy and campaigns. And we work in partnership with others to improve the healthcare and support of women.