Women’s lives.
Our passion.

Upcoming Symposium

The Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer is proud to present the 1st biennial Northwest Gynecological Cancer Symposium (NGCS) to be held on Monday, December 4th, 2017.

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Education Through Fun

Host a party! We provide women with a fun way to feel more in control and less in fear about cancer.

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Assess Your Risk

We have a simple two-step tool that will help you learn your family history, assess your risk and take action.

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Scientific Funding

The Rivkin Center has awarded over $1 million in merit-based research awards in the Pilot Study and Scientific Scholar categories.

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Research

Through the support of our generous donors, we fund research aimed at eliminating ovarian cancer.

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Events

Rivkin Center events raise funds for research and raise awareness about ovarian cancer and the importance of early detection.

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Making an Impact

With your help, the Rivkin Center has become one of the world’s largest private donors toward ovarian cancer research.

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Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 at 5:26am
Comprehensive perspective on #ovariancancer screening by Rivkin Board members Charles Drescher @Swedish )and Garnet Anderson @fredhutch), in light of the recent USPSTF rec against screening: The Yet Unrealized Promise of Ovarian Cancer Screening https://t.co/XGF89mFK06
Saturday, February 17th, 2018 at 8:01am
Study by @RoswellPark scientists published in @PLOSGenetics shows evidence for an X-linked pattern of inheritance for #ovariancancer, independent from BRCA (autosomal dominant) inheritance. https://t.co/EQDGDUe05u https://t.co/0Vpt1URckP
Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 at 9:10am
Great editorial by @karenluMD of @MDAndersonNews on the USPSTF recommendation against screening of asymptomatic women for #ovariancancer https://t.co/bNeyeQDvTM

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Saturday, November 25th, 2017 at 6:37am
True or False: Getting hit in the chest can cause breast cancer. False! Learn the truth and the myths behind breast cancer with a CanCan Party today! #cancanhealth #knowyourbody https://t.co/duR1GnlCPB cancanhealth photo
Thursday, November 16th, 2017 at 1:58pm
We loved spending time with U of A's @dstinc1913 and African Americans In Life Sciences. Thank you for learning with us! https://t.co/OfncR5Opil cancanhealth photo