Ovarian Cancer Action

Angelina Jolie's Bravery Could Save Lives

Jess Champion | Posted 24.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Jess Champion

Here at Ovarian Cancer Action we applaud Angelina Jolie's decision to announce that she has had her ovaries removed and are anticipating another wave of the 'Angelina Effect', which saw a dramatic increase in the number of women referred for genetic testing after Angelina announced that she had undergone a double mastectomy in 2013.

David Boni - Every Life is Extraordinary

Bob Chaundy | Posted 16.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Bob Chaundy

Anonymity is an important feature of pencourage.com. The site was established to enable people to share their innermost thoughts and feelings secure in the knowledge that no personal details will ever be published unless the people concerned want them to be.

Taller Women 'At Higher Risk Of Ovarian Cancer'

The Huffington Post UK | Kyrsty Hazell | Posted 04.04.2012 | UK Lifestyle

According to a team of Oxford academics, women blessed in the height department have an increased risk of developing ovarian cancer. Researchers fr...

Kyrsty Jade Hazell

Why British Ovarian Cancer Survival Rates Are Flagging Behind

HuffingtonPost.com | Kyrsty Jade Hazell | Posted 16.03.2012 | UK Lifestyle

According to a study by the Ovarian Cancer Action, ovarian cancer survival rates for British women lag behind the rest of Europe, with one woman dying...

Aggie Cycles Kenya: Kisumu - Home!

Aggie MacKenzie | Posted 09.01.2012 | UK
Aggie MacKenzie

The ride is over but this isn't the end of the journey! Today we transfer by road to Nakuru. to spend the night at Waterbuck Hotel. I can't wait to sleep in a bed and let what I've just done really sink in.