ovarian cancer

"I sat through appointment after appointment, having my pain dismissed, being told I was 'depressed,' being told I had 'IBS,' just as they had told Tori."
The veteran journalist revealed she will undergo her final chemotherapy session to treat her ovarian cancer.
"I knew what to look for, but I missed the signs."
The 63-year-old CNN journalist told viewers that she recently had "successful major surgery" to remove the cancer and is "confident" about her recovery.
The company continues to maintain that its products do not cause cancer after a state court in Missouri sided with 22 women who developed ovarian cancer.
"The elephant in the room is that many of our patients are dying and there is often nothing we can do to change that."
My inaccurate results meant I had been carrying around a devastatingly unnecessary burden for more than a decade.
But what about the future of agent Maria Hill from "The Avengers"?
In January, I found out I had the mutated BRCA1 gene.
The FDA’s recent OK is a step backward for efforts to increase genetic testing access.