The latest news on ovarian cancer
The New York Times has endorsed Hillary Clinton and John McCain for the presidential nominations of the Democratic and Republican parties, respectively. The editorial board writes that Clinton, compared with Barack Obama, her main rival, "is more qualified, right now, to be president," and that McCain "is the only Republican who promises to end the George Bush style of governing from and on behalf of a small, angry fringe."
Most women with ovarian cancer have some symptoms.
There are certain things a woman can do that may lower her risk of developing ovarian cancer.
There is currently no reliable test to screen healthy women for ovarian cancer.
During the first two years after treatment, you should have follow-up visits every two to four months.