Belfast woman Una Crudden, who is terminally ill with ovarian cancer, i
IT'S not unusual for women to feel bloated or have tummy pain – but if these symptoms are new and persistent, it's time to 'speak up'.
VERY few women are able to identify the potential signs of ovarian cancer, a charity has warned.
Delays in diagnosis are common in ovarian cancer and can leave too many women reaching hospital cancer specialists when it is too late.
WOMEN diagnosed with ovarian cancer in Northern Ireland have the worst survival rates and poorest access to clinical trials in the NHS, a charity has warned.
Feeling bloated, losing your appetite and needing to go to the loo frequen
Research suggests that a newly discovered protein linked to ovarian cancer may be detectable in urine.
Ovarian cancer is the sixth most common cancer in females in the UK, with around 7,400 new cases every year.
Women affected by ovarian cancer believe raising awareness of the disease
THE number of cases of ovarian cancer could be reduced if more at-risk women were offered pre-emptive surgery, experts have said.