Ovarian cancer was once considered a silent killer because it is often not detected until it has spread to other areas of the body, making it more difficult to treat. But medical experts say it should be considered more of a “disease that whispers,” since many women do exhibit symptoms before the cancer spreads. Recognizing those symptoms can be lifesaving. Unlike other female cancers, such as those of the breast, uterine and cervix, there are no screenings for early detection of ovarian cancer. Thus, only about 20 percent are diagnosed early. If treated early, a woman’s odds of five-year survival ... Read More
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