Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and it’s our chance to put ovarian cancer in the spotlight. Find out how you can get involved and make a difference! Two thirds of women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer too late when the cancer is harder to treat. Every day in the UK, 11 women die. We

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Don’t let the thought of cancer play on your mind

If something in your body doesn’t feel right, and you are worried you might have cancer, speak to your doctor. Most people who go for tests find out it’s not cancer.

Finding out sooner is always better.  Speak to your doctor, they are there to help.

Help Us Help You – Clear on Cancer 

It’s important to be aware of any new or worrying symptoms.

Although it’s unlikely to be cancer, it’s important to speak to a GP so they can investigate. Finding cancer early means it’s easier to treat.

If your doctor suspects cancer, they’ll refer you to a specialist – usually within 2 weeks.

Find out more nhs.uk/cancersymptoms