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non-epithelial ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer that does not start in the lining of the ovary. Types include germ cell ovarian cancer and sex-cord stromal cancer….

ovarian cancer

Cancer that starts in the ovaries. There are several different types of ovarian cancer, including epithelial and nonepithelial cancers….

News: Queensland researchers better-placed to attack ovarian cancer

effective screening tests for ovarian cancer,” Ms Clift said. “In Queensland each year, around 250 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and about 150 women die from the disease. “Ovarian cancer can be very difficult to diagnose early because symptoms…

News: Get familiar with ovarian cancer symptoms this February

Queensland women have questions or concerns regarding ovarian cancer, they should visit their GP.” More information about Cancer Council Queensland and ovarian cancer is available via 13 11 20 or cancerqld.org.au. ENDS For more information, please contact: Lisa Maynard, Public…

News: 3D models mimic cells to fight aggressive ovarian cancer

Queensland researchers are using 3D models to mimic cancer cells in women with aggressive ovarian tumours, in a bid to improve treatment for those diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Cancer Council Queensland has awarded $200,000 of funding over two years to…

News: Ovarian cancer advocate among Queensland Young Australian of the Year Awards finalists

cancerqld.org.au/ or via 13 11 20. ENDS Symptoms of ovarian cancer In its early stages, ovarian cancer usually have no symptoms. This means it is typically diagnosed when the cancer is more advanced. If symptoms occur, they may include: Pressure,…

Blog: Do you know the signs of ovarian cancer? They could save your life

Each year in Queensland, approximately 280 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Do you know the symptoms and risk factors of ovarian cancer? February marks Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and Cancer Council Queensland are calling upon…

News: New research makes inroad into deadly ovarian cancer

cancer.” More information about Cancer Council Queensland and ovarian cancer is available at www.cancerqld.org.au or Cancer Council Helpline 13 11 20. For more information or interviews, please contact: Katie Clift, Executive Manager, Media and Spokesperson, Cancer Council Queensland…