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  1. zacman

    General Health Vaginal bugs linked to ovarian cancer – BBC News

    Having too few "friendly" vaginal bacteria may increase a woman’s chance of ovarian cancer, and swabs can be used to spot this, say researchers. The team, led by University College London, hope the finding could be used to identify women at high risk of the … Read more via BBC News...
  2. zacman

    General Health Drug which helps woman survive breast cancer can also stop prostate cancer spreading in men, new study finds – The Telegraph

    A pioneering drug that boosts survival for women with breast cancer can stall progression of prostate cancer in men, a landmark study has found. The British trials suggest the treatment – which is also used to treat ovarian cancer – could benefit up to 4,000 men a year, delaying the … Read...
  3. zacman

    General Health How Much Do You Actually Know About Ovarian Cancer? – Prevention

    Ovarian cancer is responsible for more deaths than any other gynecologic cancer in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Yet, there’s a lot that many people don’t understand about this disease. For instance: Is ovarian cancer really a “silent killer” with...
  4. zacman

    General Health The 7 early warning signs of ovarian cancer – as 1 in 5 patients are diagnosed too late due to postcode lottery – The Sun

    THOUSANDS of women are at risk of dying from ovarian cancer – because they’re diagnosed too late. A postcode lottery means a fifth of patients are found to have the disease in the advanced stages, a charity warned today...... Read more via The Sun http://bit.ly/2Lu7Vqo
  5. zacman

    General Health 7 Things to Ask Your Doctor About Ovarian Cancer – Woman's day

    This article is sponsored by beBRCAware. Dr. Elizabeth Swisher was not compensated for her participation in this article. Each year, more than 22,000 women in the U.S. are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. But since the symptoms can be nonspecific and...
  6. zacman

    General Health 6 Questions to Ask Your Doctor After an Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis – Prevention

    Nothing can prepare you for an ovarian cancer diagnosis. Hearing that you have the “Big C” changes your life, and it can be devastating, terrifying, and overwhelming. With so many thoughts racing through your mind, it can be challenging to know what to ask or where to turn. “Once you … Read...
  7. zacman

    General Health 7 Things to Ask Your Doctor About Ovarian Cancer – Woman’s Day

    This article is sponsored by beBRCAware. Dr. Elizabeth Swisher was not compensated for her participation in this article. Each year, more than 22,000 women in the U.S. are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. But since the symptoms can be nonspecific and...
  8. zacman

    General Health 5 Women Get Real About What It’s Actually Like Having Ovarian Cancer – Prevention

    This year, about 22,530 women will receive a ovarian cancer diagnosis and about 13,980 will die from the disease, according to the American Cancer Society. And while you can find plenty of articles on the risk factors, symptoms, and treatment options, there’s no way to prepare for facing ovarian...
  9. zacman

    General Health Your questions about ovarian cancer answered: from early symptoms to treatment – HelloGiggles

    Young women have heard a lot about cervical cancer, mostly in the context of the the HPV vaccine. But you probably know less about ovarian cancer. It’s a disease not many younger women worry about since it typically affects women after menopause (i.e. over age 45), but the signs of … Read...
  10. zacman

    General Health Ovarian Cancer Warning Signs and Symptoms | Livestrong.com

    Bloating, or a feeling of fullness, is one of the most common symptoms of ovarian cancer. However, bloating can be caused by many other conditions, ranging from mild gastric disturbance to irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, to severe abdominal infection. Women with abdominal symptoms may...
  11. zacman

    General Health All you need to know about ovarian cancer – Punch Newspapers

    Ovarian cancer is the fourth most common cause of deaths worldwide. It is also the commonest cause of death among all gynaecological cancers. The very high case-fatality rate for ovarian cancer is partly because the condition usually presents in advanced stages of the disease. In a retrospective...
  12. zacman

    General Health 7 Ovarian Cancer Risk Factors That Doctors Want You to Know About – Prevention

    First, some good news: ovarian cancer is actually not all that common, with just 22,240 women diagnosed each year, according to the American Cancer Society. A woman’s risk of developing ovarian cancer at some point in her life is about 1 in 78 (compared to 1 in … Read more via Prevention...
  13. zacman

    General Health There’s New Hope For Treating Ovarian Cancer – Time

    Cancer is never an easy foe, but some types are more stubborn than others. Ovarian cancer is one of the hardest to treat. But there are signs of progress. Several recent studies have used new combination treatment strategies, including a drug that may make chemotherapy more effective and a drug...
  14. Oluogunjobi

    Ovarian Cancer: Stages, Survival Rates And Treatments That You Should Know

    Ovarian cancer is any cancerous growth that may occur in different parts of the ovary. In order to make a definitive diagnosis of ovarian cancer, a gynecologic oncologist must perform surgery to gather samples for analysis by a pathologist. During the surgery, the surgeon will assess how far the...
  15. Oluogunjobi

    Ovarian Cancer: 10 Signs And Symptoms You Should Know

    Ovarian cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the ovaries. Ovarian cancer often goes undetected until it has spread within the pelvis and abdomen. At this late stage, ovarian cancer is more difficult to treat and is frequently fatal. For the purpose of this article, here is a look at the...
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