Ovarian cancer is the ninth most common cancer in women, and the fifth leading cause of female cancer death. Each year in the United States, about 22,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer. About 14,000 American women die each year from the disease.
Certain factors increase the risk for ovarian cancer, while other factors reduce risk. Many of the preventive factors are related to the number of times a woman ovulates during her lifetime, which is indicated by the...Read more
Have you heard of primary ovarian insufficiency? I haven’t, but I am sure the women who have this condition are very interested in it... Read more »
I was busy on another project, but from the other room, Dad called, “Dorian, turn on The Dr. Oz Show!” Being the dutiful daughter, I... Read more »
Going through menopause increases the risk of develoing certain diseases. One of those is ovarian cancer, which can be very hard to detect... Read more »
For some women, menopause doesn’t happen at the usual time in life. Instead, they are thrown into menopause due to needing to take... Read more »