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The hours after GP Dr Chamari Jayawardena was first diagnosed with ovarian cancer were the ‘darkest time’ of Dr Jayawardena’s life – but today she is in complete ...
Ovarian cancer patients who undergo chemotherapy or surgical treatments often experience early menopause, with all the associated negative side effects, but research ...
Women’s Health Week is a nation-wide campaign of events centred on improving women's health. This week we will hear from female clinicians at Mater speaking about ...
When Mavis started having stomach pains, she didn’t think anything of it however a trip to the doctor followed by a CT scan confirmed a terrifying diagnosis.
More than 400 people from the Dalby community attended Cocktails for a Cure Winter Gala at historical Jimbour House to raise vital funds for ovarian cancer research.
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