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Learn about the ovaries, factors that affect the risk of developing ovarian cancer, and research trials being carried out to find ways to detect ovarian cancer early, before symptoms begin.
Learn about the ovaries, including where in the body they are located and what they do.
Learn about risk factors for ovarian cancer, as well as factors that could protect against ovarian cancer. Includes information on family history and genetic risk.
Information about the different types of ovarian cancer, including the most common type (epithelial ovarian cancer) and germ cell tumours. This section also covers primary peritoneal cancer.
Find out about clinical trials being carried out to determine whether screening can help diagnose ovarian cancer at an early stage.
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