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Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancer – The Facts

Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancer – The Facts

Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancer – The Facts The incidence of temporary amenorrhoea or early menopause due to cancer or its treatments varies according to the age, pubertal status, existing ovarian reserve and type of cancer and/or treatment. The risk of menopause...
Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancer – The Facts

Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancers – The Facts

 In UK the incidence of Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancers is less than 10 women a year: England – Nearly 7,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year – 0.1% Neuroendocrine = 7 a year – 33 percent of women with ovarian cancer were diagnosed...
Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancer – The Facts

Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancer – The Facts – Symptoms

 Primary Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancer symptoms mimic Ovarian cancer symptoms: Symptoms include: ❗ Persistent bloating – not bloating that comes and goes ❗ Feeling full quickly and/or loss of appetite ❗Pelvic or abdominal pain (that’s your tummy and below)...
Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancer – The Facts

Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancers – The Facts

In the UK, gynaecological cancers (cervix, uterus, ovary, vagina and vulva) accounted for 12% of all cancers in 2015 : with ovarian cancer being the 6th most common : around 7,300 new cases in 2017. Primary Ovarian Neuroendocrine Cancers comprise less than 0.1%...