Ovarian cancer is a rare malignancy, representing only 1.3% of new cancer cases in the United States. Unfortunately, most ovarian cancer cases are diagnosed after metastasis has occurred, when prognosis is poor. It’s important to understand factors for predicting who is at highest risk, potentially allowing for earlier identification.
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It’s important to recognize that ovarian cancer is the most lethal among the gynecologic cancers, representing a substantial public health burden in the United States.