Most women diagnosed with ovarian cancer undergo surgery to remove as many of the tumors as possible. However, it is usually impossible to eliminate all of the cancer cells because they have spread throughout the abdomen. Surgery is therefore followed … Read more
By: Marcella Lee, CBS 8 Anchor/Reporter
A local non-profit is working to improve ovarian cancer survival rates by guiding patients into a new frontier.
Ovarian cancer is known as a silent killer because symptoms are vague like: bloating, abdominal or … Read more
One in four women with ovarian cancer develop blood clots, and over 10% develop clots during neoadjuvant chemotherapy given before surgery, according to a study published online May 5 in Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Past efforts at preventing blood clots in … Read more