For Women Only–Ovarian Cancer Questions

I watched an episode of the new season of Dr. Oz and decided I must share this information. For years doctors have said there are no symptoms to ovarian cancer. Now, finally, they realize there are symptoms, that seem unrelated but do indeed point in that direction. Please read the paragraph below, and then visit the website, download a copy of the questionaire, and answer the questions. Ovarian cancer doesn’t have to be a killer. This can save your life. Please pass it around to mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts and friends.

Ovarian Cancer One-Sheet

Too many lives are lost because early warning signs are missed or misdiagnosed. This stops now. Dr. Oz teamed up with the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition to create this vital one-sheet. Print and fill it out, then take it with you to your physician to start the discussion on ovarian cancer. For more information on how to reduce your risk for this silent killer, copy and paste the following address:


2 comments on “For Women Only–Ovarian Cancer Questions

  1. Vincent Baxter says:

    Ms. Islington is right. My family has been fighting cancer from generation to generation and if there’s one thing I know, it’s the need for the preventative action. Regardless of the type of cancer you are fighting, it’s important to keep one step ahead of illness at every turn. Women concerned about ovarian cancer must plan regular checkups.

  2. ovarian cysts is very expensive. Besides expensive surgery, you will have to pay for hospitalization, tests, prescription drugs and more. Natural remedies are comparatively cost effective and therefore women on a shoestring budget can also take advantage of them.

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