Knowledge = Empowerment. Consumer forum - Adelaide

27th November, 2019

OCA would like to invite you and your family and friends to a free ovarian cancer community event.

Join us to connect with others affected by ovarian cancer and hear about the topics that matter to you including:

  • Emotional impact of ovarian cancer
  • Fear of recurrence
  • Maintaining hope
  • Management of treatment side effects
  • Supporting carers

The forum will provide you with an opportunity to connect with others and share your experiences whilst accessing up to date information presented by key health professionals with expertise in ovarian cancer such as Dr Ganescan Kichendasse on “Treatment side-effects and management” and Dr Charlotte Tottman on “Maintaining hope & Supporting carers.”

Knowledge = Empowerment. Consumer Forum - Brisbane

8th November 2019

OCA would like to invite you and your family and friends to a free ovarian cancer community event.

Join us to connect with others affected by ovarian cancer and hear about the topics that matter to you including:

  • Emotional impact of ovarian cancer
  • Sexuality & body image
  • Management of treatment side effects
  • Supporting carers

The forum will provide you with an opportunity to connect with others and share your experiences whilst accessing up to date information presented by key health professionals with expertise in ovarian cancer.

Younger Women's Network online support group

Last Monday of every month from 7-8:30pm

The Younger Women’s Network aims to fill the gap in support services for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer under 50 years of age and is for newly diagnosed women, women in remission and women experiencing recurrence.

The program takes place over 12 online support and information sessions, delivered monthly for 1.5 hours and will cover specially tailored topics.

For more information call the support team on 1300 660 334 or email support@ovariancancer.net.au

OCA Teal Ribbon Outback Trek

18th - 24th May, 2019

Join Ovarian Cancer Australia’s Teal Ribbon Outback Trek to help save lives and support women diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

Next May a passionate group of Ovarian Cancer Australia supporters will take on part of the legendary Larapinta Trail in central Australia, trekking together to raise $100,000 to support 100 women living with ovarian cancer.

Sound like the adventure for you?

From ochre-coloured outcroppings to spring-fed gorges and star-lit skies, the Outback is home to some of the most iconic scenery in the world. You’ll experience it all on the Teal Ribbon Trek as you walk alongside like-minded teammates. For five days you’ll be led by expert guides through iconic Outback scenery and up to the top of Mount Sonder. By night, you’ll sleep in group campsites under a canopy of stars. Best of all, the funds raised on the Teal Ribbon Outback Trek will help save lives and make sure that no woman with ovarian cancer walks alone.

Don’t miss out on joining this life-changing adventure.