Thanks to you and our amazing speakers, our 2020 virtual Uniting for Hope Ovarian Cancer National Conference was a huge success! We’re thrilled to announce that our 2021 Conference will again be virtual–so you can join from wherever you are! Check back soon for more information, and sign up below to receive updates (if you registered for the 2020 conference you will automatically receive email updates).
The global pandemic may have upended our original plans, but it didn’t stop us from uniting the ovarian cancer community from all over the world albeit virtually! The format was different (no in-person hugs) but we provided the same eye-opening, educational content from the country’s top researchers and doctors about every aspect of ovarian cancer, including treatment, wellness, advocacy and survivorship, as we always have but this time with a few surprises. Check out the 2020 agenda!
While we were undeniably disappointed that we weren’t able to see everyone in person, there was a significant up-side to moving our conference online: Now anyone who wanted to attend had the chance, no travel necessary! We were excited to expand our strong and welcoming community to reach even more people with important updates in the ovarian cancer field and OCRA’s patient support programs.
Missed the conference, or want to revisit the presentations you’re most interested in? You can find them all, from Addressing Health Disparities through Advocacy, to What’s New in Ovarian Cancer Research and Treatment, in our full collection of Ovarian Cancer National Conference videos.
Questions about ovarian cancer? All registered participants had the opportunity to submit their most pressing questions for our Ask the Experts Q&A. Ask the Experts is one of our most popular sessions, featuring some of the top experts in the ovarian cancer field. View the sessions.
Every year, we offer breakout sessions covering a wide range of topics, so you can tailor your experience and learn more about the issues most relevant to you. This past year was no exception, and topics included:
- Information for the Newly Diagnosed
- The Future of Ovarian Cancer Clinical Trials in the COVID-19 Era
- Racial Disparities in Ovarian Cancer
- Managing Your Career Throughout Cancer
- And many more! View breakout sessions.
We were thrilled to welcome celebrity supporters sharing messages of solidarity and hope with our community. Alyssa Milano, Patrick Dempsey, Rachel Zoe and many more all joined forces with OCRA to let attendees know they are not alone in their efforts to find a cure. Check out their messages.