The Overview: February 2021

We have great hope for the year ahead, and much of that is buoyed by what we accomplished, with your help, in 2020. A quick look back at the numbers…

  • 778 unique calls to our help line
  • 689 people participated in our newly launched Staying Connected online support group series
  • Over 700 attendees (more than double from the previous year!) from across the US and around the world attended our virtual Ovarian Cancer National Conference
  • In a single day, 65 Advocate Leaders and supporters from 34 states and D.C., made their voices heard in 125 meetings with elected officials on Capitol Hill
  • 64,811 members in our Inspire online community
  • $6.6 million invested in groundbreaking research
  • 23,445 gifts were received in support of OCRA’s mission and the ovarian cancer community
  • Around 900 Survivors Teaching Students volunteers spoke to 11,450 rising medical professionals
  • 42 Woman to Woman mentors supported patients around the country

Thank you for everything you have done to make this happen. We hope you enjoy reading about what lies ahead.

RESEARCH

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  • OCRA-funded researcher Anil K. Sood, M.D., along with colleagues, identified potential biomarkers in subgroups of high-grade serous ovarian cancer (HGSC). Read more to discover how these biomarkers can help doctors detect and monitor diseases, as well as monitor how well diseases are responding to treatments >>

ADVOCACY

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PATIENT SUPPORT & PROGRAMS

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EVENTS

  • Join us in The ‘23 for Hope’ Challenge to raise awareness and support for the ovarian cancer community: do 23 minutes of fitness — walking, yoga, dance, biking, swimming, hula hoop, the possibilities are endless! — pledge $23 in support, and then challenge 23 of your friends and family to do the same. It’s really that simple. Learn more about this 23-day challenge kicking off on (when else?) Feb 23rd >>
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WAYS TO GIVE

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