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Ovarian Cycle® is a series of fun and inspiring indoor cycling events, open to men and women of all ages and cycling experience. Our events can be done at a comfortable pace, either individually, or alongside family, friends, and colleagues as a team. Some ride in honor or memory of a loved one, some are ovarian cancer survivors, and others just enjoy the fitness challenge and want to support the cause.
All come together for one important goal: to fund much-needed ovarian cancer research that will one day find a cure. Our Ovarian Cycle rides take place in cities all across the country with new locations added regularly. Find a ride near you!
On March 5th and 6th, join survivors, caregivers and Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance in Washington, DC to advocate for the programs and research that pave the way for better treatments for ovarian cancer. Your elected officials need to hear from YOU in 2018 to ensure that ovarian cancer research and education programs remain a congressional priority. Please note: Space is limited. Please register early. Registration closes Friday, February 2nd. Sign up.
Join OCRFA as we deliciously celebrate the culinary talents of DC’s best women chefs, restauranteurs, and mixologists for our annual Turn Up the Heat event to raise funds to end ovarian cancer. Tickets on sale now.
Turn Up the Heat comes to Boston for the first time in 2018. Join OCRFA at Boston College Club for a night of tastings from Boston’s top female chefs and mixologists. Tickets on sale now.
The Ovarian Cancer National Conference, presented by Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance, is the largest and longest running national ovarian cancer conference. It brings together patients, caregivers, survivors, advocates and friends to learn about the latest developments in diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for women with ovarian cancer. The Conference offers opportunities for attendees to offer support to one another—a vital ingredient for living through the disease. Learn more.
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