‘By the time women present us with ovarian cancer over 60 percent are already in stage three and four – very advanced stages of cancer,’said gynecologic oncologist, Prafull Ghatage of Calgary, Tom Baker Cancer Centre. ‘Even with heroic efforts in the operation of the best available chemotherapy combination we are able to follow the long-term survival in only about 20 percent achieve. ‘.. Of the 2400 new women diagnosed more than 75 percent more than 75 percent of the disease. Four women die per day in Canada from ovarian cancer, as most in the advanced stages of the disease be diagnosed. However, if the cancer is detected early is survive more than 80 percent.
In addition to identifying women with OC symptoms early, the Dove study will also allow scientists to a large number controls compared with controls, not only identify the clinical or symptom profiles of women with ovarian cancer, but also their molecular biology. Profiles Dr. Michel Tremblay, Director of the McGill Cancer Centre, and his team will to allow the identification of genetic markers and proteonomic, detecting the disease, yet can work before symptoms set in. Continue reading “Of the 2400 new women diagnosed more than 75 percent more than 75 percent of the disease.”