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The Uniting for Hope Ovarian Cancer National Conference, presented by Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance, is the largest and longest-running ovarian cancer conference. It brings together patients, caregivers, survivors, advocates and friends to learn about the latest developments in diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for women with ovarian cancer. This year’s National Conference, held online, will offer opportunities to learn, connect and support, all from the comfort of your own home. Register now!
OCRA relies on heroes across the country to raise critical funds for ovarian cancer research and patient support programs. We’re partnering with select gyms and fitness professionals to host a series of special, live stream workouts through Facebook Live, and everyone is invited! We are calling on our OCRA Heroes to join forces, work out, and positively impact the ovarian cancer community! Sign up for upcoming livestream events.
OCRA’s Hope Fashion Show is a night of fun and fashion to end ovarian cancer, with complimentary cocktails, passed appetizers, Stanley Korshak sponsored fashion show featuring survivors and local celebrities, auction, swag bags and more. All to support life-saving research and support programs for survivors and their families. This year’s event has been canceled, due to COVID-19. We look forward to seeing everyone next year.
An evening of laugh-out-loud stand up performances, a raucous live auction, and cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, all to benefit OCRA in memory of the legendary Madeline Kahn. Stand Up for Madeline and OCRA has been cancelled this year, in accordance with public health policies surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to sharing a much-needed evening of laughter and philanthropy with you in 2021.
Each spring, survivors and caregivers rally in Washington, DC to advocate for the programs and research that pave the way for better treatments for ovarian cancer, and to ensure that ovarian cancer research and education programs remain a congressional priority. Read more about Spring 2020 Advocacy Day.