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A Path to a More Promising Future

The idea for the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) began 1991 as a grassroots organization founded by passionate ovarian cancer advocates and survivors in Boca Raton, Florida. The rest is history in the battle against the disease.

The organization incorporated in 1995. Ever since, NOCC has been committed to raising awareness of ovarian cancer in communities throughout the country, providing education, support and hope to women with the disease and to their families. Today, NOCC is an established, important national advocate for patients and families fighting ovarian cancer.

Three decades of courage

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Learn about our investment in research and how it funds pioneering initiatives to advance treatment options and ultimately find a cure.


Find links to current and archived financial reports on the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition.

Leadership/Board of Directors/MSAB

Driven by the mission and vision of NOCC, read how our leadership guides the organization, strategies and programming that keeps our efforts on track.

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