Be a fierce advocate for your health!

You know your body. We know how to help you prevent and detect ovarian and breast cancer earlier. Keep scrolling to learn more! 

Why learn about breast and ovarian health?

Each year, 2.3 million people are diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancer worldwide. Ovarian cancer is the deadliest gynecological cancer; breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer — and they can be linked.

Educating yourself on these diseases can help you better understand your body, your personal risk factors, and the signs and symptoms of breast and ovarian cancer — so you can prevent or detect breast and ovarian cancer as early as possible. Early detection saves lives.

Watch our two-minute videos to better understand the basics of cancer and the signs and symptoms of breast and ovarian cancer. No PhD required.

Assess your risk.

Complete four questions about your family health history to determine if you’re at average or higher risk for breast and ovarian cancer.

Take the next step.

Unknown family history

Unknown family history? Here’s how to be proactive about your health. 

Free healthcare screenings

How to get health screenings and care if you’re uninsured.

Trusted healthcare provider

How to find a trusted healthcare provider.

Join us to become a fierce advocate for your health!

Our Rivkin EDU webinars are 45-minutes of fun, frank, and fear-free breast and ovarian health education, hosted by a cancer survivor and health instructor. Join us to learn more about your body and get the tools to be a fierce advocate for your health.


Rivkin EDU Webinar

September 29 12pm PT
  • Signs and symptoms of breast and ovarian cancer
  • Risk factors for breast and ovarian cancer
  • How to reduce your risk
  • Cancer myths


Rivkin EDU Webinar

October 20 5:30pm PT
  • Signs and symptoms of breast and ovarian cancer
  • Risk factors for breast and ovarian cancer
  • How to reduce your risk
  • Cancer myths