SIX GLOBAL GOALS
Ovarian cancer must become a global priority, so that the increasing burden and challenges of successfully treating women with ovarian cancer are recognized and planned for at local, regional, and national levels.X
Women must have access to diagnosis without delay. Symptom awareness must be improved so women seek and access appropriate help quickly. Doctors also need support so they know who should undergo testing and that they have access tests without delay so more women can start and tolerate treatment quickly.X
Women must have access to surgery, treatments, and clinical trials that optimize their chances of survival and quality of life, no matter where they live. Lack of finance should not be a barrier to best possible care, nor should the gap between highest and lowest resource countries widen any further.X
Women and doctors must have access to appropriate and timely genetic testing and counselling. For women with a family history of ovarian and other cancers1 it is important to determine if they or others in their family are also at risk.X
The quality and quantity of data fluctuates around the world, hindering abilities to quantify the burden of ovarian cancer or develop evidence-based strategies. Data used to develop cancer control plans and treatments must reflect the diversity of local populations to ensure the best possible outcomes.X
Ovarian Cancer Australia,
Ovarian Cancer Australia
On behalf of all women living with ovarian cancer today, and to all those who have been and will be affected by this disease we know there is no time to waste. That is why we at Ovarian Cancer Australia are proud to collaborate and work alongside the World Ovarian Cancer Coalition in this urgent global effort to ensure a future where the impact of ovarian cancer is greatly diminished.
For details on their projects that speak to Global Priority, Best Possible Care, and Information and Support click [here]
EVITA Hereditary Cancer,
British Gynae. Cancer Soc.,
Tammy’s Totes of Hope,
OVERRUN Ovarian Cancer,
Mr Jay Chatterjee,
Guildford, London, UK
Rocky River OH
Carrying Place, ON
Hope Light Fdn,
At ASACO we believe we need to highlight the need for increased symptom awareness, psychological support, patients’ right to ask for new treatments and the importance of procedures performed by a Gynaecological Oncologist. In Spain, ovarian cancer is still quite unknown and ASACO is proud to be a Charter Champion in the hopes to make a difference for all women in Spain and around the world.
For details on their Champion projects supporting Global Priority and Information and Support click [here]
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Medicaid Cancer Fdn,
As Strategic Advocacy Partners, the International Gynecologic Cancer Society and the World Ovarian Cancer Coalition collaborate on initiatives that provide tangible benefit to gynecologic cancer survivors worldwide. The Charter is a cornerstone of that partnership, a call-to-action with the potential to effect substantive improvements in ovarian cancer outcomes globally. IGCS is pleased to champion the Charter as a significant effort in the global fight against ovarian cancer.
For details of their project that supports Best Possible Care, click [here]
São Paulo, BR
Fdn for Women’s Cancer,
Portales, New Mexico
Brandon, MB, Canada
Target Ovarian Cancer Lon
Dorchester Ontario Canada
Project PINK BLUE,
Windsor, New Zealand
Cure Our Ovarian Cancer,
Cure Our Ovarian Cancer
Cure Our Ovarian Cancer is excited to be a Champion of the Global Ovarian Cancer Charter. We are a global research charity based in New Zealand. We work around the world on behalf of women diagnosed with low-grade serous carcinoma, a rare and stubborn form of the disease. It is our hope that with global collaboration and targeted research we can create better outcomes for women with low-grade serous carcinoma and all types of ovarian cancer.
For details on why Cure Ovarian Cancer is a Charter Champion click [here]
Happy Turtle Foundation
AGO Research GmbH,
MN Ovarian Cancer Allianc,
Touch of Teal,
San Diego, USA
The Clearity Foundation firmly believes that women with ovarian cancer in the United States deserve the best possible therapies for their unique condition, and we are there to support them as they make treatment decisions. We are proud to support the Global Ovarian Cancer Charter as a Champion, particularly around access to best possible care and clinical trials
For details of their projects that support Best Possible Care and Information and Support, click [here]
Highland Lakes, NJ
Mallow Flower Fdn,
Qatar Cancer Society,
As a Champion, North Eastern German Society of Gynecological Oncology (NOGGO) supports the Global Ovarian Cancer Charter and its efforts to improve opportunities to improve access to, and diversity of participants in clinical trials, so to improve outcomes for all women with ovarian cancer – no matter where they live.
For information on their project that focuses on Data Improvement, click [here]
Wiesenthau GER 🇩🇪
Coffs Harbour NSW
Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Fdn,
Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Fdn
The Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation is proud to champion the Global Ovarian Cancer Charter and shares in the commitment to improve the quality of life and best possible care for all women diagnosed with ovarian cancer, not just in the United States but around the world too.
For details of their Information and Support project, click [here]
Acto (Alleanza contro il Tumore Ovarico) supports and is proud to be a Champion of the Charter which will help our patient organizations in Italy and beyond be heard. Our #PowerfulVoices will help change the future of ovarian cancer. We are more #PowerfulTogether.
For details of their projects that support Best Possible Care, click [here]
Ovarian Cancer Action,
London, United Kingdom
KolGOTrg welcomes the Global Ovarian Cancer Charter because of its ability to highlight the challenges of progress for women with ovarian cancer in low and middle-income countries such as India where we are based and the need to close the gap with more affluent settings. We hope that the work we have undertaken to establish a patient focused clinical research group within a tertiary cancer centre in such a setting, will encourage others down this hard but rewarding path to driving much closer and fruitful engagement with patients and improvements in survival.
For details on their projects that speak to Best Possible Care and Family History, click [here]
São Paulo, Brazil
As an organization in the United States that works to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by hereditary cancers, FORCE is pleased to be a Champion of the Global Ovarian Cancer Charter as we work towards helping women understand and manage their risk, evaluate their treatment options, and gain information, resources and support as they navigate hereditary ovarian cancer.
For information on their projects that support Family History and Information and Support, click [here]
S. African Medical Research Centre,
Elisabetta ACTO Italy,
Professor Brendan Buckley,
Lilies of the Valley,
Dr Fernando Hidalgo,
Ovarian Cancer Canada,
Ovarian Cancer Canada
Ovarian Cancer Canada is excited to be a Champion of the Global Ovarian Cancer Charter. This important global effort is a crucial step forward in the fight against ovarian cancer as we all work together to make a difference advocating for improvements for all those diagnosed with the disease. Regardless of geography, there are steps we can take now and lessons to be learned from one another to change the future of ovarian cancer. We look forward to collaborating with our global colleagues and sharing best practices for the benefit of all women, no matter where they live.
For details on their project that supports the goal of Global Priority, click [here].
São Paulo, Brazil
San Jose, CA
Target Ovarian Cancer,
London, United Kingdom
Target Ovarian Cancer
Target Ovarian Cancer is championing the Global Ovarian Cancer Charter in the United Kingdom because it will spearhead a much-needed increase in awareness of ovarian cancer and an unprecedented opportunity to drive our mutual goal of transformational change for women through international collaboration.
For details on their Global Priority and Rapid Diagnosis projects, click [here]
Rainham, Kent, UK
John Boris Granic,
Serv. de Ginecologia Onc. Inst. de Onc. Miguel Perez Carreño,
Cervignano del Friuli
Columbia Asia Hospital,
Hope for Heather,
Loto Onlus is proud to be a Charter Champion in Italy, as we believe that together we can really make a difference for all women so that they are aware of advances in ovarian cancer research and therapies so we are able to improve their survival and quality of life.
For information on their projects supporting Best Possible Care and Rapid Diagnosis click [here]
#GYNcsm Twitter Community
Runcie C.W. Chidebe,
Halifax NS Canada
As a young mixed specialty organization, we at the Gynaecological Oncology Society of Nigeria believe the Global Ovarian Cancer Charter is important for us and for all of Nigeria. Being a Champion of the Charter will allow us to better advocate for necessary improvements for women with ovarian cancer and curb the trend in our country and other lower resource countries.
For information on their projects that support Global Priority, Data Improvement, and Information and Support click [here]
Marjorie B. Bernal,
Soc. Gyne. Oncology,
Mary Anne Keen
As an American women’s health organization dedicated to saving lives from breast and ovarian cancer by empowering women to learn and manage their cancer risk, Bright Pink is excited to support the Global Ovarian Cancer Charter as a Champion. This global effort to improve awareness, detection, and care for women from many different settings elevates the challenges and solutions we want to bring to the healthcare and broader community’s attention about this deadly and little-known disease.
For details on their Family History project, click [here]
Sobrevivi ao câncer,
São Paulo, Brazil