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Ovarian cancer helplines


Ovarian Cancer

Comprehensive information including diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer with links to external websites.

MacMillan Cancer Care

Helpline: 0808 808 00 00 to speak to a cancer specialist nurse

Ovarian CancerAims to help people live with cancer by providing information, emotional support and counselling for patients, their families and health.

Cancer Research UK

Helpline: 0808 800 4040

Ovarian Cancer

CancerHelp UK is a free information service about cancer and cancer care for people with cancer and their families


Helpline: 0800 008 7054


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.

Target Ovarian Cancer

Support Line: 020 7923 5475


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. 

Ovarian Cancer Action


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.   

 The Eve Appeal

Helpline: 0808 802 0019


Ovarian Cancer

At The Eve Appeal our vision is to realise a future where fewer women, trans men and non binary people develop and many more survive gynaecological cancers. To do this we not only fund research into risk prediction, screening and early detection, but we raise awareness by providing key information on the five gynaecological cancers, and run our nurse-led information service, Ask Eve, which is here to provide information around gynaecological health and answer your questions.

Whether you're worried about any unusual symptoms you've been having, you've just been diagnosed and want to talk to a trained gynae specialist nurse, or perhaps you're worried about a friend or relative who has been diagnosed, we are here to answer your questions and concerns.

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