Ovarian cancer

Ovarian CancerOvarian cancer is the 9th most common cancer diagnosed in Australian women, and the second most commonly diagnosed gynaecological cancer. By 2015, the number of new ovarian cancer cases among women is projected to be 17% higher than in 2006.

Ovarian cancer is a disease in which some of the cells of the ovary undergo changes and develop into cancer. There are four different types of ovarian cancer, named after the part of the ovary that is affected. If suspected there are a number of tests that can be performed to help the doctor decide whether symptoms are due to ovarian cancer or other causes.

As we discussed in cancer, Unfortunately, when most women are diagnosed, their cancer will be at an advanced stage, where the cancer has spread and is very difficult to treat successfully. If detected early it can be treatable to some extend. Prevention and early detection are the key to tackle this cancer.

It can be difficult to diagnose ovarian cancer since the symptoms are ones that many women will have from time to time during the course of their life, and they are often symptoms of less serious and more common health problems.

Some symptoms need to be aware of are

As discussed in previous posts balance is the key. If you have enough antioxidants to balance the amount of free radicals produced, the body is protected from oxidative stress, and by preventing oxidative stress you can avoid developing cancer.

Antioxidants and their supporting nutrients also optimize your body’s natural repair system and natural immune system. So even if you have started down that road to developing a cancer, your body has the best opportunity to either repair or destroy that mutated cell

For further reading on ovarian cancer

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Time September 13, 2010 at 4:07 pm

Hi, these types of deseases are to be taken seriously. If you find anysymptoms please check your doc. I suffered ovarian cancer myself and barely made it, so i know what i am talking about, once you are diagnosed your life changes!

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