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Health Observance: September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Learn to recognize the early signs of ovarian cancer: bloating or an increase in abdominal size, pelvic or abdominal pain, and difficulty eating or feeling full quickly. If you have any of these symptoms on an ongoing basis (they don't "come and go"), see a health care professional for an evaluation.

For more information, go to FAQ096 Ovarian Cancer.

 

 

 

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