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Ovarian cancer can be cured when it is found early on.
Risk factors of ovarian cancer include a family history of cancer, infertility, use of estrogen, ancestry, and having a large amount of menstrual cycles.
Learn about chemotherapy to shrink ovarian cancer and decrease cancer growth.
A hysterectomy is the removal of your uterus. The goal of the initial surgery is to remove all visible ovarian cancer.
During medical treatment for any stage of ovarian cancer, there are things you can do at home to help manage the side effects that may be caused by the cancer or its treatment.
Tools to help you make decisions about your ovarian cancer.
Ovarian cancer can spread throughout the body. Also, other forms of cancer can spread into the ovaries.
Learn about ovarian cancer and the factors that increase risk.
It is important to understand the symptoms of ovarian cancer and to discuss them with your doctor.
Learn more from WebMD about treatment options for ovarian cancer -- and the questions you should ask your doctor before you start.
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