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Women urged to be aware of 'silent killer'

04 May 2019
Women are being urged to get familiar with, and never ignore, the symptoms of ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer is the sixth most common female cancer in Ireland, with over 400 women newly diagnosed every year. More than 270 die from the disease annuall...

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