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It's an effective cancer treatment option, but there can be serious risks and side effects.
A new study suggests a potential link between a high-UPF diet, cancer development and death.
From ovarian cancer to ovarian torsion, women can develop multiple problems with their ovaries.
Experts say more women at risk of gynecological cancers should consider it.
The second most common gynecologic cancer in the U.S. really only has two treatment options.
A cancer diagnosis impacts a woman more than just physically; her emotional state may plunge.
Often diagnosed in later stages, the disease has a tendency to return after initial treatment.
Black women are less likely to receive the recommended standard of treatment, researchers say.
Physical and emotional changes can feel overwhelming but they are not insurmountable.
The patient says one doctor disregarded her painful abdominal symptoms as thong irritation.