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Tuesday 28 October 2014
In 2009 I photographed the first ever Target Ovarian Cancer Being Together day which was held in my home town of Leeds. I wasn’t sure what to expect and how I would be perceived as a 26 year old male wandering around with a camera. I also knew very little about ovarian cancer despite working as a...
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Tuesday 28 October 2014
In today’s news, you may have read about a research study which has looked to see if tea, citrus fruits, some vegetables and juices affect your risk of ovarian cancer. The study found that consuming more than one cup of black tea every day may reduce your life time risk of developing ovarian cancer...
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Friday 24 October 2014
In today’s news, you may have read or heard about the drug olaparib receiving a recommendation from the European Medicines Agency (EMA) Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use. Olaparib is one of several PARP inhibitor drugs that are currently being trialled, which reduce the ability of...
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Thursday 16 October 2014
In the news today, researchers have devised a new test to help doctors classify ovarian cancer tumours and choose the most appropriate treatment. Successful treatment of ovarian cancer depends in part on accurately identifying the type of tumour, but this can be difficult. As a result, many women...

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