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Tea 'reduces ovarian cancer risk'--which may come from Clomid by Marie L. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 9:10pm Fresh off the BBC: Tea 'reduces ovarian cancer risk' It's pretty well known that "ovulation inducing" drugs like Clomid are highly suspected of causing ovarian cancer. The ovary is by nature a cyst/tumor producing organ, therefore the more tumors, the higher the chances of something going awry. Ovarian cancer is the 6th most frequent type ... Read on »
Reproductive History and Breast Cancer Risk by Cancer.gov Posted Sat 21 May 2011 10:20pm Reproductive History and Breast Cancer Risk Key Points The hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy may influence a woman’s chance of developing breast cancer later in life (see Question 1 ). Some factors associated with pregnancy may reduce a woman’s chance of developing breast cancer later in life (see Question 2 ... Read on »
Diethylstilbestrol (DES) and Cancer by Cancer.gov Posted Sat 08 Oct 2011 11:37pm Diethylstilbestrol (DES) and Cancer Key Points Diethylstilbestrol (DES) is a synthetic form of the hormone estrogen that was prescribed to pregnant women between 1940 and 1971 to prevent miscarriage, premature labor, and related complications of pregnancy. Women who took DES during pregnancy have an increased risk of b ... Read on »
An Improved Anti-Mesothelin Immunotoxin for Treatment of Mesothelioma, Lung Cancer Ovarian Cancer and Pancreatic Cancer by nih.gov Posted Mon 04 Jul 2011 8:00pm Description of Invention: Mesothelin is a cell surface glycoprotein that is highly expressed in many cancers (e.g., malignant mesothelioma, lung cancer, ovarian cancer, and pancreatic cancer). Because of its differential expression, mesothelin is an excellent target for the selective killing of cancer cells. For instance, an ... Read on »
Breast Cancer and Ovarian Cancer vaccine by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Wed 09 Nov 2011 4:02am A trial of 26 patients found that a vaccine administered monthly to women led to a survival rate of almost 14 months for breast cancerAbnormal, uncontrolled cell division resulting in a malignant tumour that may invade surrounding tissues or spread to distant parts of the body. and 15 months for ovarianrelating t ... Read on »
Study Reveals Genomic Similarities between Breast Cancer and Ovarian Cancers by Medline Plus Posted Mon 24 Sep 2012 9:34am Source: National Cancer Institute, National Human Genome Research Institute - Related MedlinePlus Pages: Breast Cancer , Ovarian Cancer Read on »
IVF and ovarian cancer – what are the risks? by f1000 Posted Wed 30 Nov 2011 11:20am By Georgina Mills In vitro fertilisation (IVF), the process by which eggs are fertilised in the lab, is a relatively new but increasingly widespread treatment in the past 20 years. And while many studies have focused on its correlation with birth defects in the child, few have examined its consequences on the mother. Now, a paper published ... Read on »
Aspirin May Reduce Ovarian Cancer Risk by A4M Worldhealth.net Posted Sun 09 Mar 2014 10:08pm Posted on March 7, 2014, 6 a.m. in Women's Health Cancer Aspirin - image from Shutterstock It is estimated that over 20,000 women in ... Read on »
Drinking coffee may lower ovarian cancer risk: study by Matthew Z. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:07pm Java junkies rejoice! If your brain synapses fail to fire until you have downed a cup or two of coffee, and you are a woman who has never used birth control pills, caffeine appears to reduce the risk of developing ovarian cancer. The more caffeine consumed the lower the ovarian cancer risk, according to Harvard Medical School researchers. ... Read on »
Plant Flavonoids Reduce Ovarian Cancer Risk by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Mon 27 Apr 2009 10:13pm New research in the International Journal of Cancer suggests plant-based flavonoids may lower ovarian cancer risk in women by protecting cells against damage. Flavonoids are antioxidants found in foods like seeds, nuts, celery and other green vegetables. For the study, scientists assessed the diet of 1,141 women with ovarian cancer and 1,183 ... Read on »