The mission of the Rivkin Center is to improve women’s health by helping them prevent, detect early, and survive ovarian and breast cancer.
Founded in 1996, the Rivkin Center has quickly become instrumental in the fight against ovarian cancer by supporting and organizing research to find a cure. A 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the Rivkin Center looks beyond institutional boundaries and works collaboratively to find a cure for ovarian cancer.
Donations to the Rivkin Center fund multiple efforts:
Research: Investing in cutting-edge research to prevent, detect and treat ovarian cancer, a deadly and underfunded disease.
Education: Educating women to prevent and detect ovarian and breast cancer as early as possible.
Community: Supporting prevention and early detection screening programs for women at high-risk for ovarian and breast cancers and fostering an ever-growing community of survivors, patients, researchers, clinicians, advocates and supporters.