Published in Women's Health Weekly, May 6th, 2010
Researchers have found that patients with hereditary ovarian cancer - whose tumours are caused by faulty genes - are more likely to experience secondary tumours in their liver and spleen. This is despite the fact that their overall prognosis is better than other patients.
A University of Edinburgh study suggests that ovarian cancer patients whose tumours spread to the solid organs such...
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