Ovarian Cancer: Ovarian cancer can go unnoticed for long periods of time and can lead to delay in treatment and progression of disease. Many of the symptoms of ovarian cancer are not specific to the disease and can often mimic those of other conditions including digestive and bladder problems,
Breast Cancer: About 1 in 8 women in the united states, approximately 12%, will develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime. Mammogram alone is not sufficient to prevent breast cancer. A single mammogram for a postmenopausal women, will identify 85% of all breast cancer that would have been found by any means over the next 12 months and 65% for a premenopausal women.
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: 1 in 4 women suffer needlessly from abnormal uterine bleeding out of embarrassment, lack of information or awareness of treatment options. Women no longer need to suffer in silence because there are treatment options for abnormal uterine bleeding. Consider Uterine Ablation