Applying the F-words to cancer… but not in the way you think

1 March 2019

It’s been dubbed women’s silent killer. It can strike without warning signs and there’s no diagnostic test. It’s ovarian cancer, and it has a five-year survival rate of just 45 per cent. By comparison, breast cancer’s survival rate is 90 per cent.    

Victims and their families have uttered plenty of “F-words” on ovarian cancer diagnosis, but in this article we turn tables and focus on three F-words about the work of researchers who are building our knowledge on ovarian cancer.   

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