We exist to raise awareness, funds, and hope to women
across the North West of England.

Illustration of women chatting with her GP

Speed of diagnosis is the single biggest factor in securing a positive outcome to an ovarian cancer diagnosis. Symptoms are often dismissed both by the sufferer and their GP which means all too often the diagnosis comes late. Sometimes too late.

Since COVID 19, GP appointments have plummeted, so it has never been more important to help women spot the symptoms and encourage them to notify their GPs as quickly as possible.

What we do

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President of Soroptimist International Liverpool pledges support

Three years ago, my best friend died of ovarian cancer…

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Why your support matters

As a charity that is run almost completely by volunteers, your support is vital to our work. Our Chair Nicky tells us more…

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Why The Dianne Oxberry Trust is so important to me

Jo Rosenberg, one of our trustees, shares more about what motivated her to be involved…

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