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Ovarian cancer screening tests - why is it not happening yet?
 

Ovarian cancer screening tests - why is it not happening yet?

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Even though ovarian cancer is not amongst the top three most common cancers in Hong Kong, it is one of the top three cancers in women aged 20 to 44, the age group where most are working and contributing to society. However, when it comes to ovarian cancer prevention, there appears to still be a long road ahead.
 
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17 Dec 2016 - General
 
As discussed in the article, ovarian cancer has a low incidence, so with the available tools to early detect ovarian malignancies, the positive predictive value can be significantly low. And also because of the anatomical location of the ovaries, tis...
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One of the most common developmental paths of cancer is via many years of patho-psychological cell growth. These ever-dividing cells fail to go through apoptosis and end up consuming much of the body’s nutrients, leaving the overall system in a state...
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