The experts of several organizations of the cancer of the E.E.U.U have agreed upon a national list of the symptoms that could help the detection of the ovarian cancer of the first time. The ovarian cancer often is called the 'quiet assassin' because in most of the cases it only detects after it is had separated beyond the ovaries.
And until this moment there has been a vision commonly carried out that are samples of the early no detection. The ovarian cancer is the most mortal of the gynecological cancers with 22,000 new cases and of 15,000 deaths in the awaited E.E.U.U east year.
Near 80 percents of ovarian boxes of the cancer they are not detected early, giving by result a poor occasion of the survival. The national ovarian coalition of the cancer (NOCC), the gynecological foundation of the cancer, the society of Oncologists gynecological, and the American society of the cancer has announced the first national agreement in ovarian symptoms of the cancer.
In agreement with the investigation lead by Dr Barbara Goff, oncologist gynecological in the university of Washington, that has published several papers these last years, the symptoms that are much more probable to be experienced by the women with the ovarian cancer compared the population in general are: Swelling. Pelvic or abdominal pain. Difficulty that eats or that feels completely quickly. Urinary symptoms (urgency or frequency). The women who experience these symptoms by several weeks must see their doctor daily, preferably gynecologist, said the common warning.
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