Genetics and age are common risk factors for ovarian cancer, but you can make choices about other common risks to help with prevention. Learn more here.
Genetics or the way you live can raise your odds for ovarian cancer, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll get it.
If you have breast cancer, or if someone in your family had it, that can play a role in whether you develop ovarian cancer.
Experts aren't certain what causes ovarian cancer, but research has found a connection between the cancer and chlamydia.
If you’re a transgender man and you still have your ovaries, you have some risk for ovarian cancer.