Ovarian Cancer Test May Save Lives

7 May

A large U.K. study of postmenopausal women suggests that blood test for the protein CA-125 may have benefits for those at higher risk of ovarian cancer. Women who had the test yearly for 7 to 11 years were 20% less likely to die of ovarian cancer within 14 years than those who did not get screened. If your at high risk, talk with your doctor.

Source: The Lancet, Dec 17th, 2015 Consumer Reports on Health April 2016

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