Today is World Ovarian Cancer Day, and on this day, ovarian cancer organisations from around the world unite to educate their communities about ovarian cancer and its symptoms.
Each year, nearly a quarter of a million women around the world are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and the disease is responsible for 140,000 deaths annually.
Statistics show that just 45% of women with ovarian cancer are likely to survive for five years, compared with 89% of women with breast cancer.
Recognising the severity of the disease and the need to raise awareness about ovarian cancer, the first World Ovarian Cance…
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