Exercise May Benefit Women Facing Ovarian Cancer

Exercise May Benefit Women Facing Ovarian Cancer

“Our findings suggest that any amount of regular, weekly recreational physical activity may reduce the risk for and improve survival from ovarian cancer, while a lack of regular exercise throughout adulthood is associated with an increased risk of developing and dying from ovarian cancer,” says Kirsten Moysich, senior author of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention.

Ovarian Cancer Risk from Estrogen Replacement Therapy

Ovarian Cancer Risk from Estrogen Replacement Therapy

Does estrogen replacement therapy increase ovarian cancer risk? Check out a recent study by Lee AW, Ness RB, Roman LD, et al, on behalf of the Ovarian Cancer Association Consortium, below. Background As the ovarian follicle pool is depleted, women reach menopause. The transition and the menopausal years are characterized by specific endocrine and clinical…

Denver Gynecologic Oncology Expert: Dr. Jeffrey James

Denver Gynecologic Oncology Expert: Dr. Jeffrey James

The Colorado Center for Gynecologic Oncology is proud to have both Dr. Glenn Bigsby and Dr. Jeffrey James here to provide expert services in the realm of gynecologic oncology in the greater Denver area. Check out a little background information on our very own Dr. Jeffrey James, below. Dr. James completed medical school at Kansas…

How to Know You Are Suffering Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer has few symptoms in the early stages of the disease. Read more below to understand more about Ovarian Cancer.  Ovarian cancer is poorly understood – and resources must be devoted to understanding its origins, experts have said. The disease has long been known as a ‘silent killer’, claiming the lives of more than 14,000…

Frequently Overlooked Signs of Ovarian Cancer

Frequently Overlooked Signs of Ovarian Cancer

Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer are overlooked more than you realize, as they can be mistaken for signs of PMS or Menopause. The percentage of women in the U.S who are diagnosed with ovarian cancer has increased over the years. An estimated 22,280 women in the United States will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer this year…