Few women with symptoms actually have ovarian cancer

01/29/2010 | MSNBC

U.S. researchers said only about one in 100 women who have pelvic and bloating symptoms typical of ovarian cancer really have the disease, which could make it difficult to detect the cancer early. Researchers said the study "argues for a cautious approach to the use of symptom patterns to trigger extensive medical evaluation for ovarian cancer."

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