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Ovarian Cancer: The Cancer that Whispers

Ovarian cancer is a silent killer that often goes undetected until it's too late. It is important to know the signs and risk factors, so you can catch it early. This guide offers everything you need to know about ovarian cancer from diagnosis to treatment, and everything in between.


Common Symptoms

  • Bloating
  • Abdominal or pelvic pain
  • Feeling full quickly during meals

Less Common Symptoms

  • Fatigue
  • Indigestion
  • Back pain

Ovarian cancer symptoms can be vague and easily confused with other conditions. It's important to know your body and pay attention to any changes.

"Treatment for ovarian cancer depends on the stage of the cancer and whether it has spread. Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy are the most common treatment options."

- National Ovarian Cancer Coalition

Surgery is an option for both diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer.

Chemotherapy is a common treatment for ovarian cancer.

Radiation therapy may be used in combination with other treatments.


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