Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 17th, 2005
"The majority of ovarian cancers (>90%) are believed to derive from the ovarian surface epithelium, a single layer covering the entire surface of the ovary. At ovulation, the OSE cell layer undergoes an inflammatory response, involving cell death and growth, in order to overcome ovarian surface rupture. Abnormalities during these processes are believed to contribute to the development of tumors," wrote O. Gubbay...
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