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Ovarian Cancer, how much do we really know?

Besides the fact that ovarian cancer is a difficult disease to deal with, there is a 47% five-year survival rate, meaning more than half of those treated by conventional methods will not respond to treatment? For the patients who enter remission, its highly probable they will face recurrent and persistent form of cancer that normal practices are not properly equipped to handle. Go to to check out more information. What I found was very startling and eye opening!

"Education is Key"

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Adia Terry
Adia Terry
Aug 30, 2021

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