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Fathers Could Increase Their Daughters' Risk Of Ovarian Cancer By ... - IFLScience



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Fathers Could Increase Their Daughters' Risk Of Ovarian Cancer By ... 
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A genetic mutation passed down by fathers on the X-chromosome could increase a daughter's risk of developing ovarian cancer.
Ovarian cancer could be linked to father's X chromosome | Genetic ... Genetic Literacy Project
New technology that can save Jewish lives - The Jewish Chronicle Jewish Chronicle

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Study says women may be mistaking ovarian cancer symptoms for bloating - WSB Atlanta



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Study says women may be mistaking ovarian cancer symptoms for bloating 
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A study completed by Target Ovarian Cancer (TOC) shared Monday found that instead of visiting a physician after feeling symptoms including bloating and fullness, women are more likely to simply change their diets. By just switching to eating probiotic ...

 


Doctors Said Immunotherapy Would Not Cure Her Cancer. They Were Wrong. - New York Times



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Doctors Said Immunotherapy Would Not Cure Her Cancer. They Were Wrong. 
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No one expected the four young women to live much longer. They had an extremely rare, aggressive and fatal form of ovarian cancer. There was no standard treatment. The women, strangers to one another living in different countries, asked their doctors ...

 


Ovarian cancer: How your father's genes can affect your risk - Medical News Today



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Ovarian cancer: How your father's genes can affect your risk 
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In that article, we looked at the results of a review published in JAMA that assessed the findings of more than 1,000 research papers published between 2003 and 2017 in order to establish whether screening reduces mortality risk for women who do not ...
Fathers may pass ovarian cancer risk to daughters BBC News
Ovarian Cancer Risk Factors May Include Your Father's Genes Newsweek
New mutation linked to ovarian cancer can be passed down through dad Science Daily
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Routine Ovarian Cancer Screenings Aren't Helping - WebMD



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Routine Ovarian Cancer Screenings Aren't Helping 
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Feb. 13, 2018 -- Routine screening tests for ovarian cancer is not recommended for women who aren't at high risk of getting the disease and don't have symptoms, according to updated recommendations from an expert panel. The U.S. Preventive Services ...
Should all women get screened for ovarian cancer? Medical News Today
Screening for ovarian cancer not recommended Science Daily
Task Force Says Most Women Don't Benefit From Screening For Ovarian Cancer CBS New York
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USPSTF: Ovarian cancer screening not recommended for low-risk ... - ModernMedicine



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USPSTF: Ovarian cancer screening not recommended for low-risk ... 
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In a new statement, the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) is recommending against ovarian cancer screening for women who have no symptoms and no hereditary cancer syndromes. Plus: Breast MRI screening results in higher biopsy rates, according ...
Screening for ovarian cancer not recommended - Deccan Chronicle Deccan Chronicle

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Innovation's Kevetrin Shows Promising Results in Trial for Late-stage Ovarian Cancer - Ovarian Cancer News Today



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Innovation's Kevetrin Shows Promising Results in Trial for Late-stage Ovarian Cancer 
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A Phase 2a trial testing Innovation Pharmaceuticals' p53 modulator Kevetrin as a treatment for late-stage ovarian cancer has been completed, the company announced. The study showed positive anti-cancer results, supporting the development of an oral ...

 


'No' to Ovarian Cancer Screening: Harms Outweigh Benefits - Medscape



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'No' to Ovarian Cancer Screening: Harms Outweigh Benefits 
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Women should not undergo screening for ovarian cancer if they do not have signs or symptoms of the disease, as it does not improve survival but may expose women unnecessarily to surgical complications. This is the final guidance from the US Preventive ...
Task force maintains recommendation: Don't screen for ovarian cancer WXXI News
Don't Screen Average-risk Women for Ovarian Cancer AAFP News
Task Force Advises Against Routine Ovarian Cancer Screening ... Everyday Health, Inc. (blog)
Journal of Clinical Pathways  -DOTmed.com 
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In study, Stanford researchers analyze ovarian cancer cells at unprecedented level of specificity - Scope (blog)



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In study, Stanford researchers analyze ovarian cancer cells at unprecedented level of specificity 
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High-grade serous ovarian cancer is a sneaky disease that is often not diagnosed until it has reached an advanced state when it is difficult to treat successfully. For years, physicians and researchers have worked to identify new therapeutic targets ...