Ovarian cancer is the fifth cause of cancer deaths among women and the most deadly cancer of the female reproductive system. In a recent article, Newswise notes that statistics show that since the 1970s, five-year survival rates for ovarian cancer have improved for Caucasian women, but for African-American women during the same time period survival rates have instead declined. Researchers have been specifically studying the African-American female population, in relation to evaluating various risk factors for ovarian cancer. In May, an epidemiologic study found that body powder use was significantly associated with epithelial ovarian cancer risk. Researchers at the University of ... Read More
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