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    Ovarian cancer occurs in the ovaries but is hard to detect when the cancer is still in the first stage. There are many ways of treatment to cure ovarian cancer but is also costly. AJ is a young women who have ovarian cancer. She will undergo tests if she is positive for ovarian cancer. Survival rate are high so AJ might have a chance to be a survivor of ovarian cancer just like her mom. In this case will showing how a young girl found out that she have ovarian cancer and the treatments that she

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    One woman’s story that saved her from ovarian cancer. As a busy mother of two, working a full-time job as a primary schoolteacher, Paula Cann had plenty of reasons to ignore the subtle changes that were happening inside her body. Cann started noticed differences in urination and a small lump It began with something as simple as peeing more than usual. Cann noticed that she started having to go not only more often, but also with a new urgency. It got to the point that she could no longer enjoy

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    Ovarian Cancer Introduction Ovarian cancer is a disease of an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells that are in the ovaries. Ovaries produce eggs as well as hormones (estrogen, progestogen). Ovarian cancer is found in women because they have two ovaries (the size of an almond) located on each side of the ovaries (Ovarian cancer, 2000). Ovarian Cancer affects a lot of women. Statistics show that the risk of getting and dying from ovarian cancer is one in ninety-five. This cancer is the eighth most

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    Ovarian Cancer is one of the rarest undetected cancer that begins in the ovaries, spreading through the pelvis and the belly. The ovarian cancer is about 3% of cancers among women. It causes one of the most deaths than any other cancer of the female reproductive system. It is not clear on what causes the ovarian cancer, but it can be one of the deadliest cancer of all. Females are more at risk of getting ovarian cancer as they age. Ovarian Cancer is more common in women of age 55; women who take

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    Ovarian cancer is a type of cancer that involves the reproductive glands females only, the ovaries. Ovaries contain 3 cells: surface epithelium, germ cells, and stromal cells. The surface epithelium are what cover the outer lining of the ovaries. Germ cells are cells that are bound to form eggs. Stromal cells are cells that release hormones and connects many different structures of the ovaries. Each of the cells can develop into different types of tumors. In most cases of ovarian cancer the epithelial

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    Ovarian Cancer Ovarian Cancer ascend from the fallopian tube mucosal epithelium, causing the tissue fragments of the female reproductive system to fuse together. The time of diagnosis, epithelial ovarian cancer are advanced-stage carcinomas (Nezhat, 2015). Ovarian cancer is common within the female population, with over 22,000 newly diagnosed cases in the United States and 14,000 cancer related deaths (Nezhat, 2015). Etiology and risk factors Ovarian cancer is associated with damage and restoration

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    Ovarian cancer is a disease in which malignant or cancerous cells are found in the ovaries. The ovaries are two small organs that are located on each side of the uterus. The way cancer develops is when cells begin to grow out of control. Cancer cells are different from normal cells because they continue to grow and instead of dying, they create abnormal cells that form into a tumor. Woman around age 35-74, ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of death. The earlier this cancer is treated the

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    Ovarian cancer incidence has shown a decreasing trend over the past two decades. According to the National Health Institute, incidence rates have decreased by 3.5% from 1992 to 2014 in the United States (“Cancer Stat Facts,” 2014). Numerous risk factors contribute to the incidence of ovarian cancer (Reid, Permuth, & Sellers, 2017). An earlier age of menarche in young girls and a later age of menopause in older women have both shown an increased risk due to more ovulation cycles. In relation to the

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    Ovarian cancer is also one of the cancer that is affecting millions of women in today’s world. The previous researches were claiming that ovarian cancer comes from ovary cells. However, studies have found that ovarian cancer could be coming from fallopian tube. Dr. Burdette’s lab researched how fallopian tube can be contributing to ovarian cancer, and her research shows strong evidence of how does it occurs. It is very important to find a cure for ovarian cancer, otherwise deaths due to ovarian cancer

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    Ovarian Cancer What is Ovarian Cancer? Ovarian cancer is the abnormal growth of malignant cells in the ovaries, the egg (ovum) producing part of the female reproductive system. Often, Ovarian cancer goes undetected until it has metastasized (spread) to the pelvis and abdomen. At this late stage, this cancer is difficult to treat. Ovarian Cancer ranks as the 11th most common cancer among women, and it is the 5th leading cause of cancer-related death for women. What different types of ovarian cancers

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