Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 8th, 2009
"Approximately 90% of human ovarian tumors result from transformation of ovarian surface epithelial cells. It has been hypothesized that repeated destruction of the epithelial cells during ovulation, followed by proliferation and migration of epithelial cells to restore the ovarian surface, renders these cells susceptible to mutagenic events. One of the proteins found to promote ovarian surface...
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