Ovarian and Uterine Cancer: Reducing Your Risk
Twenty thousand American women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer this year, and more than half will lose the battle. But the women who have the benefit of early diagnosis, and who understand the nature of the disease's hereditary nature, have a much better chance of survival. Now comes a complete program for early detection and prevention of this deadly illness.
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