Digital Materials

Looking for an easy way to learn about our programs, services, and impact? Want to spread the word about ovarian cancer, and how to help? Look no further!

Click to enlarge the below infographics, and learn more about OCRA’s programs and ways to get involved. To download onto your computer, click the “Download” link to view each graphic in English or in Spanish.

Some of the below materials may be available in print form, to share at an event or in a healthcare setting. Please contact events@ocrahope.org to request materials.

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Patient Support Services

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OCRA Heroes: Fundraise for a Cure

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Woman to Woman: Get and Give Peer Support

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Advocate Leaders: Use Your Voice

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Survivors Teaching Students: Educate Rising Medical Professionals

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Our Commitment to Research

Graphic with microscope and OCRA logo, with text reading, The world's leader in the fight against ovarian cancer. OCRA has invested more than $110 million in ovarian cancer research, more than any other charity in the world. Our grants to top scientists around the globe are crucial in jumpstarting careers and cementing commitment to the field. Unlike government funding, which typically goes to tried and true projects, OCRA grants allow investigators to pursue novel ideas—bold, disruptive research that leads to breakthroughs. Join us as we drive innovation and invest in science that saves lives.
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Risk & Prevention

There is no cure for ovarian cancer, but there are ways to potentially prevent it. Know your family history, as a family history of breast, ovarian, uterine, and/or colorectal cancer increases risk of ovarian cancer. Get genetic testing, as 20% of ovarian cancer cases are caused by a genetic mutation. Discuss risk-reduction options with your doctor, as 70% of the most common and lethal form of ovarian cancer begins in the fallopian tubes. For those at average risk, removing fallopian tubes at the time of another planned pelvic surgery can prevent ovarian cancer. Those at increased risk may want to take additional steps. Learn more about risk reduction at ocrahope.org/preventovca
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About Ovarian Cancer

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The Need & Our Impact

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Risk & Prevention

There is no cure for ovarian cancer, but there are ways to potentially prevent it. Know your family history, as a family history of breast, ovarian, uterine, and/or colorectal cancer increases risk of ovarian cancer. Get genetic testing, as 20% of ovarian cancer cases are caused by a genetic mutation. Discuss risk-reduction options with your doctor, as 70% of the most common and lethal form of ovarian cancer begins in the fallopian tubes. For those at average risk, removing fallopian tubes at the time of another planned pelvic surgery can prevent ovarian cancer. Those at increased risk may want to take additional steps. Factors that increase ovarian cancer risk are family history, inherited genetic mutations, postmenopausal, and being age 55 or older. Factors that decrease risk are pregnancy, breastfeeding, and use of oral contraceptives. Symptoms can include bloating, pelvic or abdominal pain, difficulty eating/feeling full quickly, and frequent and/or urgent urination. If symptoms are new, unusual, and persist for 2 weeks, see your doctor. If ovarian cancer is suspected, see a gynecologic oncologist. Get further info and support at ocrahope.org.
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OCRA at a Glance

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