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Were you diagnosed with ovarian cancer? Are you looking for a top notch medical treatment package for your problem? Here are the best clinics in Asia that offer ovarian cancer treatment at affordable prices!
The ovarian cancer occurs when a tumour is formed in one or both ovaries of a female. The ovaries are a pair of small organs that produce eggs. The ovaries also produce important hormones such as estrogens and progesterone. The ovaries are located in the lower abdomen (pelvis) on each side of the uterus.
Cancer occurs when certain cells undergo transformation and begin to grow and multiply without control. As the cells grow and multiply, they form masses called tumours. Cancer is dangerous because it overwhelms healthy cells by depriving them of space, oxygen and nutrients they need to survive and function normally.
Treatment for ovarian cancer usually involves a combination of surgery and chemotherapy.
Treatment for ovarian cancer usually involves an extensive surgery, which includes removing the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterus, as well as the nearby lymph nodes and a fold of abdominal fatty tissue known as the omentum, when the ovarian cancer is prevalent. A less extensive surgery may be possible if the ovarian cancer was diagnosed in a very early stage. For the first stage (stage I), the surgery may involve removing an ovary and the oviduct. This procedure preserves the possibility of further conception.
After the surgery, chemotherapy will be most likely - drugs designed to kill cancer cells remaining after surgery. Chemotherapy may also be used as an initial treatment, in some forms of advanced ovarian cancer. Chemotherapy can be administered intravenously or directly into the abdominal cavity, or both of these methods of administration may be used.
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