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By ATLANTIC HEALTHJuly 15, 2017
When treated in its earliest stages, the five-year survival rate for ovarian cancer is over 90 percent. Unfortunately, only 15 percent of cases are found at this early stage due to ovarian cancer's non-specific symptoms and lack of available early detection tests.
When discovered at a more advanced stage, the ovarian cancer survival rate can be as low as 18 percent.
The Women's ...