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A True Story About Cervical Cancer

From Vimee Bindra   Cervical cancer is the cancer of the mouth of the womb. This is the only preventable cancer by simple screening test such as Pap smear. Cancer deaths in women are caused by two leading cancers, breast cancer and cervical cancer. Breast cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide and cervical cancer…

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Ovarian Cysts After Hysterectomy – Can it Happen?

From Rosie Sanders   Can ovarian cysts occur after a hysterectomy? The answer is resoundingly yes. Many women have experienced cysts after having a hysterectomy, and some have even experienced cysts after having their ovaries removed. Several years ago, doctors recommended that the ovaries were removed along with the uterus if the hysterectomy was performed after…

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Complex Ovarian Cysts in Older Women

From Laura Madison  There are many options available for older women who are living with a cyst. A lot of women are made to believe that surgery or medication is their only option. A lot of times they are so frustrated and are in so much pain from going through the process that they will…

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Ovarian Cystadenoma – What it is and What to Expect

From Rosie Sanders  If you have been diagnosed with an ovarian cystadenoma, you need to know what it is and what to expect next. A cystadenoma differs from a cyst in that it can grow much larger and it will require surgery to treat. An ovarian cystadenoma is an abnormal growth that forms from ovarian…

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Ovarian Cancer Teal Ribbon of Hope

From Gordon Petten  The ovarian cancer teal ribbon of hope is some particular type of ribbon that is basically designed for purposes of giving support to those women who have undergone the ordeal of suffering from cancer of the ovaries. Not only can it be worn to give hope to the survivors of ovarian cancer…

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Epithelial Ovarian Cancer

From Gigi Chen, M.D.  Ovarian cancer represents about 25% of all female genital tract malignancies. However, there are more deaths from this form of cancer each year in the United States than from endometrial cancer and cervical cancer combined. The lifetime risk of developing spontaneous ovarian cancer is about 1.7%. Epithelial ovarian cancer was expected…

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Coffee Can Reduce the Risk of Endometrial Cancer

From Mark Ramos  Coffee has a significant number of health benefits, and the list just keeps growing! If you are a regular Java junkie, then it is important to understand all of the health benefits that it can provide on a daily basis. It is recommended to drink coffee every day in moderation, and the…

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