Symptoms

Do you know the symptoms of ovarian cancer?

  • Abdominal or pelvic pain.
  • Increased abdominal size or persistent abdominal bloating.
  • Needing to urinate often or urgently.
  • Difficulty eating or feeling full quickly.
See more information and download our symptom diary

Resilience

If you have recently been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, why not order a copy of Resilience – a free guide and personal record for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

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Announcements

Expressions of interest: Cancer NSW Consumer in Research & Consumer Review Panel Course

The annual Consumer in Research training course, presented by Cancer Council NSW, will be held in Sydney on Monday, 5 September 2016. This free,...
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We’re hiring!

Event Planner: Support programs Ovarian Cancer Australia is recruiting for an Event Planner for our support programs. A newly created contract...
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$8 million investment to Australian ovarian cancer research committed by ALP

Leader of the Opposition the Hon Mr Bill Shorten MP will today announce an unprecedented election commitment to saving Australian women's lives by...
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Events

Nude Lunch – Ovarian Cancer Exposed

23/09/16
Nude lunch is a gourmet, long lunch buffet (champagne, wine, beer and spirits included up to 4pm), with the aim of raising awareness for Ovarian Cancer with a fund-raising charity auction and...
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Runaway Bride – POSTPONED

5/06/2016
  Runaway Bride, which was due to be held this Sunday at Bondi Beach, has been postponed until further notice, due to this weekend's weather. We apologise for any...
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Dance-O-Thon for Ovarian Cancer

14/05/2016
In 2014, 300 people danced for 8 hours relay-style to raise over $30,000 for ovarian cancer research. This year we’re doing it all again - bigger venue, more dancers and another 8 hours of...
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Ovarian cancer in the news