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# ovarian cancer

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# our lady's
Woman incorrectly told she didn't have gene that increased cancer risk now seriously ill with ovarian cancer
The Sunday Times reported today on the case, and the woman has called for all cases such as hers to be reviewed.
# Kate Winslet
Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio teamed up to raise money for a young mum with cancer
They pulled out all the stops.
# remission
'A gift that money can't buy': Cork woman gets all-clear from cancer a week before Christmas
Anne Herlihy was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in September 2014. She is now in total remission.
# St James's Hospital
Family of woman who died from ovarian cancer donates ultrasound scanners in her memory
The scanners were donated to the hospital’s outpatient gynaecology department by the Emer Casey Foundation.
# US
Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay €47 million over talc powder link to cancer
The company faces more than 1,000 other talc-cancer lawsuits.
# The Pill
Contraception pill reduces risk of developing womb cancer
About 300 women in Ireland are diagnosed with womb cancer each year.
# Cancer
Photos: These dogs can smell ovarian cancer
Researchers in the US are trying to use the pooch’s keen sense of smell to develop a diagnostic tool for the disease.
# Brosnan
Pierce Brosnan's daughter dies of cancer, aged 41
Charlotte Brosnan died from ovarian cancer – the same disease that claimed her mother Cassandra Harris 22 years ago.
# silent killer
Knowing the symptoms can 'BEAT' ovarian cancer, say pharmacists
The ‘BEAT’ acronym can help women recognise the symptoms of the condition, which affects 300 women each year.
# ovarian cancer
Do you know the signs and symptoms of the 'silent killer'?
A new campaign aims to raise awareness of the ‘silent killer’ ovarian cancer, which can be confused with other less serious conditions.
# ovarian cancer
TCD study aiming to improve personalisation of ovarian cancer treatment
Study on drug resistant ovarian cancer cells could lead to more personalised treatment of the cancer.
# Cancer
New surgery technique 'lights up' cancer cells
A method of detecting malignant cells by highlighting them with glowing molecules has helped surgeons to identify cancerous tissue measuring just one-tenth of a millimetre across.