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World Ovarian Cancer Day is May 8, 2021. “This cancer typically occurs in women in their fifties and sixties with the median age being 63”. Read more

World Cancer Day 2021 is 4 February. “Menopause itself doesn’t increase the risk of cancer. Cancers are more common as people age, however”. Read more

September is gynecologic cancer awareness month in the United States. Wherever in the world you are, schedule your annual, routine wellness visit, today. Read more

World Ovarian Cancer Day is May 8, 2020. “This cancer typically occurs in women in their fifties and sixties with the median age being 63”. Read more

September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in the United States. Read more

Gynecologic Cancers Awareness Month is held in September in the United States. Depending on Your Country, the month may vary. Read more

September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in the United States. Depending on Your Country, the month may vary. February was in Australia and March, in the United Kingdom. Read more

Health Topics

“With aging, the incidence of all cancers is expected to increase. For women, the most important cancers are breast, colon, endometrial, ovarian and lung cancer”. Read more

“There are more than 100 types of cancer. Types of cancer are usually named for the organs or tissues where the cancers form”. Read more

“Ovarian cancer is a rare condition but all the risks and benefits of hormone therapy need to be carefully considered when treating women at menopause”. Read more

“The five types of gynecologic cancers are
ovarian, endometrial/uterine, cervical,
vulvar and vaginal cancer”. Read more

“As with many other diseases, your risk of breast cancer goes up as you get older. About two out of three invasive breast cancers are found in women 55 or older”. Read more

“Mammograms can save your life.
Finding breast cancer early reduces your risk of
dying from the disease by 25-30% or more”. Read more

“If you are experiencing one or more of the symptoms of ovarian cancer, don’t let the COVID-19 pandemic put you off contacting your GP”. Read more