Ovarian Cancer The Silent Killer

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Some women never have symptoms. Others feel vaguely out of sorts, maybe a little bloated or constipated. Julie L. was one of the lucky ones. At 69, she had gone through menopause years ago. But for several months, she had been spotting. Two ultrasounds revealed nothing but a slightly enlarged ovary; she was diagnosed with vaginal dryness, given some cream and sent on her way. Yet the bleeding continued.

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