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Prevention of Ovarian Cancer

Prevention of Ovarian Cancer:

Methods of prevention of Ovarian Cancer mentioned in various sources includes those listed below. This prevention information is gathered from various sources, and may be inaccurate or incomplete. None of these methods guarantee prevention of Ovarian Cancer.

  • Prophylactic ovary removal - early removal of the ovaries; usually only considered for very strongly inherited subtypes.

Unlabeled Medications to Prevent Ovarian Cancer:

Some of the unlabeled medications in the possible prevention of Ovarian Cancer may include:

  • Oral contraceptives
  • Alesse
  • Brevicon
  • Cyclessa
  • Demulen
  • Desogen
  • Enovid
  • Estrostep FE
  • Genora
  • Gestodene
  • Jenest 28
  • Levlen
  • Levlite
  • Levora
  • Loestrin
  • Low-Ogestrel
  • Lo-Ovral
  • Micronor
  • Minestrin 1/20
  • Min-Ovral
  • Mircette
  • Modicon
  • Necon
  • NFE
  • Nelova
  • Nelova 1/50 M
  • Nelova 10/11
  • Norcept-E 1/35
  • Nordette
  • Norethin 1/35E
  • Norethin 1/50 M
  • Norinyl
  • Norlestrin
  • Nor-Q.D
  • Ortho-Cept 21
  • Ortho-Evra
  • Ortho Cyclen
  • Ortho-Novum 777
  • Ortho Tri-Cyclen
  • Ovcom
  • Ovral
  • Ovrette
  • Preven
  • Synphasic
  • Tri-Levlen
  • Tri-Norinyl
  • Triphasil
  • Triquilar
  • Trivora
  • Zovia
  • Ovcon

Medical news about treatments for Ovarian Cancer

These medical news articles may be relevant to Ovarian Cancer treatment:

Cure Research for Ovarian Cancer

The list of research areas and treatments under analysis mentioned in various sources for Ovarian Cancer includes:

Research Medications for Treating Ovarian Cancer

Some medications in the research for treatment of Ovarian Cancer include:

Clinical Trials for Ovarian Cancer

Some of the clinical trials for Ovarian Cancer include:

Curable Types of Ovarian Cancer

Possibly curable or rare types of Ovarian Cancer include:

Rare Types of Ovarian Cancer:

Some rare types of Ovarian Cancer include:

Latest Treatments for Ovarian Cancer

Some of the more recent treatments for Ovarian Cancer include:

Treatments for Ovarian Cancer

Treatments to consider for Ovarian Cancer may include:

Prevention of Ovarian Cancer:

Ovarian Cancer: NWHIC (Excerpt)

There are no known methods to guarantee prevention of ovarian cancer. Women who are diagnosed in an early stage, however, have a higher survival rate. Unfortunately, ovarian cancer is usually not diagnosed at an early stage. There are no effective methods currently for diagnosing ovarian cancer early in all women and thus intervening at an early stage. Currently, there are many programs attempting to develop strategies for diagnosing ovarian cancer early. (Source: excerpt from Ovarian Cancer: NWHIC)

Ovarian Cancer: NWHIC (Excerpt)

Women at a very high risk of developing ovarian cancer can consider removal of the ovaries. Such a "prophylactic" removal of the ovaries appears to lower the risk of developing ovarian cancer, but does not eliminate the risk. Women with one first-degree relative with ovarian cancer have a risk of developing the disease, which is approximately 3.1%. A prophylactic oophorectomy (removal of the ovaries) as an independent operation is not recommended, in general, for these women. With two first-degree relatives, the risk of developing ovarian cancer is approximately seven percent and a prophylactic removal of the ovaries may be considered. In general, women found to be carriers or who have a family history highly suggestive of a syndrome may be appropriate candidates for prophylactic removal of the ovaries. (Source: excerpt from Ovarian Cancer: NWHIC)

What You Need To Know About Ovarian Cancer: NCI (Excerpt)

Women who are at high risk for ovarian cancer due to a family history of the disease may consider having their ovaries removed before cancer develops (prophylactic oophorectomy ). This procedure usually, but not always, protects women from developing ovarian cancer. The risks associated with this surgery and its side effects should be carefully considered. A woman should discuss the possible benefits and risks with her doctor based on her unique situation. (Source: excerpt from What You Need To Know About Ovarian Cancer: NCI)

What You Need To Know About Ovarian Cancer: NCI (Excerpt)

In addition, some evidence suggests that reducing the amount of fat in the diet may lower the risk of developing ovarian cancer. (Source: excerpt from What You Need To Know About Ovarian Cancer: NCI)

Prevention Claims: Ovarian Cancer

Information on prevention of Ovarian Cancer comes from many sources. There are some sources that claim preventive benefits for many different diseases for various products. We may present such information in the hope that it may be useful, however, in some cases claims of Ovarian Cancer prevention may be dubious, invalid, or not recognized in mainstream medicine. Please discuss any treatment, discontinuation of treatment, or change of treatment plans with your doctor or professional medical specialist.

 

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