In partnership with Ovacome Ovarian Cancer UK

We are delighted to have partnered with Ovacome, a charity that has been providing information and support to those affected by ovarian cancers since 1996. Growing our own ovarian cancer community will allow us to build a resource for reseachers which will make it easier for them to find participants for clinical trials and other research.

Ovacome

There are over 600 live clinical trials for cancer in the UK at the moment. Let us help you find the right trial for you.

RareCan is the only organisation in the UK that specialises in finding clinical trials for patients with rare cancer.

Cancer clinical trial finder

Our Ovarian Cancer Member Stories:

What is ovarian cancer?

Ovarian cancer is a type of cancer that affects women.  Cysts forms in the ovaries and may grow and become cancerous.

How rare is ovarian cancer?

Ovarian cancer is not a common cancer. Many subtypes of ovarian cancer are considered rare.

Who does ovarian cancer affect?

Ovarian Cancer usually affects women over 50 after menopause, however in rare cases it can affect younger women.

To continue reading a much more detailed guide, please visit our Sex Cord Tumours of the Ovary Information Pack.

Useful links:

Ovacome

Ovacome is the UK’s national ovarian cancer support charity. It has been providing personalised support and information to those diagnosed with ovarian cancer and their loved ones since 1996.

Ovacome is at the heart of the ovarian cancer community and is working directly to meet the needs of those affected by the disease.

How does our clinical trial service work?

1. Join RareCan

Create an account and answer a few simple questions about your diagnosis and treatment; view the trials that may be suitable for you

2. Get expert support

Our experienced team will work directly with you to screen you against the complex criteria for all open treatment trials. This takes 2-3 weeks.

3. Receive bespoke report

We’ll provide you with a report on trials we’ve considered, which may be suitable for you, and what actions you should consider taking.

4. Keep in touch

Keep us up to date with your treatment and we’ll keep you up to date with potentially suitable trials

How it works

How does our clinical trials service work?

Join RareCan

Create an account and answer a few simple questions about your diagnosis and treatment; view the trials that may be suitable for you

Get expert support

Our experienced team will work directly with you to screen you against the complex criteria for all open treatment trials. This takes 2-3 weeks.

Bespoke report

We’ll provide you with a report on trials we’ve considered, which may be suitable for you, and what actions you should consider taking.

Keep in touch

Keep us up to date with your treatment and we’ll keep you up to date with potentially suitable trials