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- $122M invested in ovarian cancer research
- 350+ grantees funded since inception
- 585% increase in 5-year survival rate since 1970s
Research into surrounding cancers can give scientists a deeper understanding of how and why ovarian cancer develops, leading to more effective prevention and better treatments.
Cervical cell samples that are routinely collected as part of Pap smears may hold promise for predicting the risk of ovarian and other cancers…