Jeannette C Kane

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PURPOSE Our goal was to determine if symptom-based ovarian cancer screening was feasible in a primary care clinic and acceptable to women and practitioners. In addition, we wanted to describe the outcomes for a pilot group of screened women. METHODS A prospective study of 2262 women over age 40 with at least one ovary participated in symptom-based(More)
Several independent studies have shown that ovarian cancer is not a silent disease and that many women have symptoms before diagnosis. These symptoms include abdominal/pelvic pain, feeling full quickly, and bloating. However, little information is known about what personal characteristics, medical conditions, or habits influence these symptoms or how they(More)
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