Upcoming Webinar -Granulosa Cell Tumour GCT, a rare ovarian cancer Q&A on Treatment, Challenges and Research

Tasha Armour founder and CEO of Rare Ovarian Cancer Incorporated – ROC Inc. talks to three leading international experts on Granulosa Cell Tumours GCT. Dr Simon Chu research head of Hormone Cancer Therapeutic Laboratory at the Hudson Institute of Medical Research. Professor Peter Fuller AM is physician-scientist who leads the Centre for Endocrinology and Metabolism at the Hudson Institute of Medical Research. Head of Endocrinology Unit, Monash Health Professor Tom Jobling OAM, Director of Gynaecology Oncology at Monash Health Granulosa Cell Tumour GCT has two subtypes adult aGCT and juvenile jGCT this is an opportunity to hear about what the […]

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Symptom Sunday – Urinary Changes

This is a common symptom of ovarian cancer and one that most women are not aware of, that urinary changes without an infection can be a sign of ovarian cancer symptom.  Frequently urinating or peeing, meaning you need to pee more often than usual. Urgent urination is a sudden strong need to pee, making it difficult to delay using the toilet.  If this is a new symptom for you and persist more than two weeks, make an appointment with your GP.  Over 70% of girl to women are diagnosed at late stage of ovarian cancer, making it difficult to treat. […]

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Bloating can be a symptom of Ovarian cancer.

Ovarian cancer can cause bloating, not just the feeling of bloating, but a visible abdominal distention. If you have unexplained bloating sensation or your stomach seems to be growing even though you haven’t been eating more or are not pregnant, it could be a symptom of ovarian cancer. If this is a new symptom for you and persist more than two weeks, make an appointment with your GP. Over 70% of girl to women are diagnosed at late stage of ovarian cancer, making it difficult to treat. If the symptoms persist don’t wait go and speak to a medical professional. […]

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