The Mucinous Ovarian Cancer Coalition is a nonprofit organization who advocates for women diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer called mucinous ovarian cancer (MOC). The Coalition is committed to raising money to fund research that will advance treatment opportunities, as well as provide education and assistance to women living with MOC.
While a young foundation, we have set ambitious goals for connecting women with MOC to experts on MOC, as well as clinical trials and resources. Visit Rhonda's Story to read the very personal story of how the Coalition got its start.
We invite representatives of the media to contact us to arrange an interview with a Coalition team member or one of our medical experts:
Shelley Laurell, President

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