Tea and citrus fruits and juices are associated with a lower risk of developing ovarian cancer, according to new research. The research reveals that women who consume foods containing flavonols and flavanones (both subclasses of dietary flavonoids) significantly decrease their risk of developing epithelial ovarian cancer, the fifth-leading cause of cancer death among women. The research…Details
Check out this great article by Sherry Pollex explaining tips for women fighting cancer during her personal experience with stage three ovarian cancer . You have so many reasons to feel sad, angry, frustrated and helpless – and I have no single answer to make it all go away. But I can tell you talking about it…Details
Colorado Center for Gynecologic Oncology’s own Dr. Glenn Bigsby and Dr. Jeffrey James we were recently featured on Channel 9 News — Colorado News Leader, speaking on Gynecologic Cancer detection and treatment. Check out their interview, below!
An estimated 15 percent of ovarian cancer diagnoses are linked to genetic predisposition, or hereditary factors passed down through family genes. The vast majority of hereditary breast and ovarian cancers are caused by mutations in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes. In the general population, these mutations occur in one out of 500 people. With an…Details