Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

March is just around the corner and we know many people will want to raise the profile of ovarian cancer and there are many ways you can get involved:

Raising awareness

We have loads of materials to help spread awareness about the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer and raise the profile of this terrible disease including posters, leaflets, newsletters and teal pin badges. You can download materials by clicking the links below.



You can also call or email the office to order materials to be delivered by post.



Turning teal

There are many ways you can enjoy wearing teal this March!

Paint your nails teal with Barry M who are supporting our Teal Tips campaign this year, donating funds to Ovacome from every bottle of shade 334 sold during March.

We also have beautiful teal jewellery for sale and Apricot clothing have designed a special Ovacome teal dress which will be available in store and online from Sunday 1st March. ovacome.org.uk/ovarian-canc...

If you would like to tell your story and let others know about your ovarian cancer diagnosis, treatment and experience please contact Juliet on 07784652520 or email her julietmorrison@btconnect.com

Raising funds for Ovacome

If you would like to support our organisation so that we can continue to provide support and information for all those affected by ovarian cancer please get in touch to receive your free fundraising pack. If you are holding an event in March and would like any support or materials don't hesitate to give us a shout.

Please don’t forget to like and follow us on Twitter and Facebook- let’s make as much noise as possible this Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month!



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  • I am holding a coffee morning on 21st March with a tombola. Lovis

  • Have been contacted by my local paper, The Oxford Mail, to be part of a 2 page spread raising awareness of o.c. during March. Both my grand-daughter and I have given an interview about the effects on our lives after losing my daughter Debbie to the disease 8 years ago. I hope the message is of positive prospects for the future, in research & raised awareness, by the medical profession & individuals. As Tesco says, "every little helps" ! I'm told it will be out this weekend.

    Stay well. Jennie Kuca (ROCC)

  • I did a radio interview on Monday and also did a video for you tube. It would be good if I could get a lot of hits for it:

  • Oops! Sorry I missed this post so have just duplicated, sorry!

    I spoke to two slimming world groups and plan to do the same at a few others, also at Zumba Gold groups! Sx

  • Just listened to your Radio Interview. Good on you for bringing awareness to people who do not know the symptoms of Ovarian Cancer. There should be more done to bring this to every woman's attention as well as doctors who usually diagnose IBS.

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