Ovarian Cancers Detected Early May Be Less Aggressive, Questioning Effectiveness Of Screening

Thursday, March 26, 2009 - 21:35 in Health & Medicine

The biology of ovarian cancers discovered at an early stage may render them slower growing and less likely to spread than more aggressive cancers, which typically are discovered in an advanced stage, according to a new study. This finding has implications for the question of whether screening for ovarian cancer could save lives.

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