At the present time, cancer is the leading cause of death in nearly all countries around the world. In fact, it is to blame for over 30 percent of all deaths in Canada alone, which is much more compared to any other disease.
As estimated by the Canadian and American Cancer Societies, ovarian cancer had 2800 new cases and 1750 deaths in Canada, and 22,280 new cases and 14,240 deaths in the United States in 2016 alone.
WHAT IS OVARIAN CANCER?
Ovarian cancer develops when the cells of the ovaries form tumors that become malignant. It is often referred to as “the silent killer” as it shows little or no symptoms, which are quite difficult to detect with screening.
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