It is the fourth most frequent gynaecological cancer in developed countries with an incidence of 15/100,000 women. Main risk factors include: 50-60 years of age, family or genetic history (HNPPC, BRCA 1 and 2), nulliparity, premature menarche and late menopause, high fat diet. There are no symptoms of ovarian cancer until it is advanced, thus making early diagnosis very difficult. As diagnosis in many cases is made after the disease has advanced, surgery will be reductive and intensive chemotherapy will be required.
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