PTSD linked to increased risk of ovarian cancer (Reuters Health) - Women who exhibit many classic symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be much more likely to develop ovarian cancer than their counterparts who don't, a new study.. Reuters - Published 3 days ago
The Art of Statistics: How to Learn from Data (Basic Books) In this book, well-known statistician David Spiegelhalter shows readers how to derive knowledge from raw data by focusing on the concepts and connections behind the math. Drawing on real world examples.. I Programmer - Published 1 week ago
IUDs May Help Fight Ovarian Cancer
CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on how a certain type of birth control may help in the fight against vvarian cancer.
Credit: CBS 2 New York Duration: 02:22 Published 5 days ago
Study: IUD Use Lowers Risk Of Ovarian Cancer
Every 40 hours, a Colorado woman dies from ovarian cancer. It accounts for more than 22,000 deaths worldwide each year.
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Remembering Broadway's Marin Mazzie
Broadway actress Marin Mazzie died from ovarian cancer nearly one year ago, and now her husband, Broadway actor Jason Danieley, is holding a benefit concert to celebrate Mazzie and her commitment to..
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HOM Teal Strides For Ovarian Cancer
Mary Pat Oslund, an ovarian cancer survivor, stopped by WCCO on Thursday to talk about the HOM Teal Strides upcoming walk (3;05). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Sept. 5, 2019
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Eye On Health: Ovarian Cancer
Dr. Thomas Krivak and ovarian cancer survivor Charlotte Duzicky talk about new treatments.
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Women's Care Florida | Morning Blend
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Dr. Megan Indermaur from Women's Care Florida discusses it further.
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A Homecoming For A PopStar - Caly Bevier
Missy and Adam Bevier are thrilled to have daughter Caly home visiting after two years working in the music scene out in LA. But as we learn on this Episode of Caly On The Good, this trip back to her..
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Riding for their lives - the ride for murdered women Thursday 5 September, 2019
Saturday 7th September will see hundreds of women across the UK Riding to honour women murdered by men they knewThe Ride For Murdered Women – started in March 2017.. Pressat - Published 2 weeks ago
Scott Baker completes 1,000 10k runs in 1,000 days The 44-year-old took on the challenge to raise funds for an ovarian cancer charity. BBC News - Published 3 weeks ago Also reported by • BBC Local News Ovarian cancer: Test may detect condition 'up to two years earlier' The study, led by Queen's University, involved the analysis of blood samples from 80 people. BBC News - Published 3 weeks ago
New blood screening method could increase chances of ovarian cancer survival Simple tests may detect dangerous condition much sooner Wales Online - Published on August 22, 2019
Single-screening blood test raises hopes of early detection for ovarian cancer Samples reveal any proteins linked to development of condition Hull Daily Mail - Published on August 22, 2019
Kelliyah was diagnosed with ovarian cancer when she was 14 years old The most deadly gynaecological disease, less than 2% of cases affect women under 20. BBC News - Published on August 20, 2019 'Why me? I had ovarian cancer at 14' Kelliyah thought she was simply putting on weight - and was shocked to find her condition was much more serious. BBC News - Published on August 20, 2019 Also reported by • BBC Local News
AstraZeneca scores win in race to treat ovarian cancer AstraZeneca has made further headway in the race with larger competitor GlaxoSmithKline's to use a promising new class of drugs to treat ovarian cancer. Reuters - Published on August 14, 2019
Birmingham University get £4 million grant from cancer charity to develop new treatments Cancer Research UK has handed three scientists at Birmingham University £4 million in funding to look at treatments into blood, prostate, colorectal, breast and ovarian cancer Tamworth Herald - Published on August 8, 2019
'I'm not bitter, it's my journey' - Brave mum told she has weeks to live after cancer battle Mum-of-one Janine Hutchison, 41, has been fighting breast and ovarian cancer for a year Tamworth Herald - Published on August 1, 2019
A 'game changing' ovarian cancer drug has been approved for NHS use Around 6,780 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year in England Grimsby Telegraph - Published on July 26, 2019 Also reported by • Sleaford Target • Boston Target • Retford Times • Thanet Gazette • Blackmore Vale • Leek Post and Times • Hull Daily Mail • Central Somerset Gazette • Dover Express • Cheddar Valley Gazette • Frome Standard • East Lindsey Target • Staffordshire Newsletter • Gloucester Citizen • Folkestone Herald • Stroud Life • Western Daily Press • Canterbury Times • Shepton Mallet Journal • Sevenoaks Chronicle • Somerset Guardian • Kent and Sussex Courier • Lincolnshire Echo • Derby Telegraph • The Sentinel Stoke • Gloucestershire Echo • Western Gazette • Wells Journal Ovarian cancer 'game changing' drug which holds back disease's return gets NHS approval Lymparza (olaparib) could even offer a cure for some women suffering from the notoriously deadly and difficult to treat cancer Wales Online - Published on July 26, 2019 Also reported by • Cambridge News
Ovarian cancer drug olaparib 'can delay disease in newly diagnosed' Up to 600 women with a hereditary, advanced form of the cancer could benefit each year in England. BBC News - Published on July 26, 2019 Game-changing ovarian cancer drug which extends survival by three years gets NHS green light Telegraph.co.uk - Published on July 25, 2019