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Learn about chemotherapy to shrink ovarian cancer and decrease cancer growth.
It is important to understand the symptoms of ovarian cancer and to discuss them with your doctor.
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.
Cancer antigen 125 (CA-125) measure the amount of this protein in the blood. CA-125 is found on the surface of many ovarian cancer cells.
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.
Surgery to close or tie off your fallopian tubes will lower risks of ovarian cancer but you will not be able to become pregnant following this procedure.
Tools to help you make decisions about your ovarian cancer.
Ovarian cancer cannot be prevented, but you may be able to reduce some of your chances for developing it.
WebMD's chemotherapy glossary explains important chemo terms to help you understand your cancer treatment options.
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