TOGETHER, FUNDING RESEARCH that will enable women with gynaecological cancer to live longer, better lives.

help us fund pioneering discoveries

Donations like yours, no matter how big or small, ensure we can continue to pioneer new discoveries and improve treatment outcomes for all women.

6,800 Australian and 1,000 New Zealand women (wahine) are diagnosed with one of the seven gynaecological cancers every year.

Your life changing generosity to WomenCan contributes to the cancer research programs of Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group (ANZGOG), enabling women wth gynaecological cancer to live better and live longer.

For Judith, the longer she can be here, enjoying her life, the better.

It was five years ago that Judith (pictured with her family) was given the news she had ovarian cancer. As is the case for many women, her diagnosis came as a complete shock. Ovarian cancer often has no obvious signs and hers was picked up during an ultrasound of her bladder.

It was only through participating in ANZGOG's clinical trial, SOLACE2, that gave Judith and her loved ones some much-needed hope.

“Any extra time with my family and friends could only be a good thing,” says Judith. “Plus, they’re making discoveries all the time so the longer I can be around the better my chances of benefiting from new research.”

We need to ensure women like Judith have access to the clinical trials that can help them live longer, before it’s too late.

It’s critical we continue our research without delays so please make your tax-deductible donation and help change the future for women with gynaecological cancers, and their families, today.

anzgog's research impact


20 years

ANZGOG has been improving life for women through research since 2000.


over 40 trials

ANZGOG has enabled more than 40 clinical trials and studies across a range of gynaecological cancers.


4,000+ women

More than 4,000 patients have participated in ANZGOG's clinical trials.

funding research is critical

Research is the only way to make the next new breakthrough for women affected by gynaecological cancers.

The more research we do, the more impact we’ll have. It’s only by having consistent funding that we can move forward to the next new breakthrough.

Dr Alison Davis, Medical Oncologist 

WomenCan fundraises for the Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group (ANZGOG), the peak national clinical trials research organisation for gynaecological cancer in Australia and New Zealand.

Our mission is to engage the community to fund pioneering discoveries that will enable women with gynaecological cancer to live better and live longer.