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  1. photo Stay Happy and Healthy: Know How to Detect <b>Ovarian</b> <b>Cancer</b>Stay Happy and Healthy: Know How to Detect Ovarian CancerArticle
    OK, ladies. Serious talk: ovarian cancer awareness month (September) is quickly winding to a close. Ovarian cancer is almost completely curable if caught during its early stages (if caught in itsRead more
  2. photo Women, Do Not Ignore These 10 Symptoms of “The Silent Killer”!Women, Do Not Ignore These 10 Symptoms of “The Silent Killer”!Treatment
    Unfortunately, a growing number of women nowadays are diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Statistics says that at least 550 women are victims of this kind of cancer per year. It can be causedRead more
  3. photo 10 Early Warning Signs Of <b>Ovarian</b> <b>Cancer</b> You Shouldn’t Ignore10 Early Warning Signs Of Ovarian Cancer You Shouldn’t IgnoreTreatment
    Ovarian cancer is the second most common gynecological cancer in women with the highest mortality rate, mostly because it is discovered at a late stage. Europe, especially the regionsRead more
  4. photo Black Tea – Healthy Drink That Reduces The Risk Of <b>Ovarian</b> <b>Cancer</b>Black Tea – Healthy Drink That Reduces The Risk Of Ovarian CancerTreatment
    tea is a healthy drink that reduces the risk of developing ovarian cancer. Researchers from “Curtin University” in Perth (Australia) observed thousand women at the age of 59 in average, dividedRead more
  5. photo High intake of meat and fat linked to <b>ovarian</b> <b>cancer</b>: ResearchHigh intake of meat and fat linked to ovarian cancer: ResearchNews
    Research continues to show that a diet high in meat and fat can dramatically increase a woman's risk of developing ovarian cancer, the top killer among gynecologic cancers.Although ovarian cancerRead more
  6. photo Physically inactive women have 34 percent higher risk of <b>ovarian</b> <b>cancer</b>Physically inactive women have 34 percent higher risk of ovarian cancerNews
    Ovarian cancer is the deadliest of all of the gynecological cancers. With the CDC reporting that it is the eighth most common cancer to strike women, and the fifth leading cancer-related causeRead more
  7. photo Todo lo que debes saber sobre el <b>cáncer</b> de ovarioTodo lo que debes saber sobre el cáncer de ovarioTreatment
    , como en el caso del cáncer de ovario, son básicas. Referencias consultadas: Journal of cancer oncology Studies of the proto-oncogene in human breast and ovarian cancer. Department of Medicine, U.C.L.A. SchoolRead more
  8. photo Sintomas de <b>câncer</b> de ovário e terapias naturaisSintomas de câncer de ovário e terapias naturaisTreatment
    O câncer ovariano é silencioso, portanto, leia com atenção:  - Atente para qualquer dor ou desconforto pélvico ou abdominal, vagos, mas persistentes; e problemas gastrointestinais, como gasesRead more
  9. photo Among the Possible Cures for <b>Cancer</b>, Ginger Root Stands OutAmong the Possible Cures for Cancer, Ginger Root Stands OutArticle
    ability—one that could battle ovarian cancer, one of the most deadly cancers for women. “Ginger inhibits growth and modulates secretion of angiogenic factors in ovarian cancer cells,” the study statesRead more
  10. photo Ginger Root Kills <b>Ovarian</b> & Prostate <b>Cancer</b> Cells Better Than ChemoGinger Root Kills Ovarian & Prostate Cancer Cells Better Than ChemoTreatment
    Three centuries of medicinal use and researches conducted by the University of Michigan have led to the possibility of killing ovarian and prostate cancer cells naturally. And all thanksRead more

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Ovarian cancer


Ovarian cancer is a cancer that begins in an ovary. It results in abnormal cells that have the ability to invade or spread to other parts of the body. When this process begins, symptoms may be vague or not apparent, but they become more noticeable as the cancer progresses. These symptoms may include bloating, pelvic pain, and abdominal swelling, among others. Common areas to which the cancer...More