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MIOCA IN THE NEWS

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Possible Link Between High Blood Calcium Levels and Ovarian Cancer

January 24, 2013

The Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center reports that high blood calcium levels might predict ovarian cancer. The study found, “women who were later diagnosed with ovarian cancer and women who later died of ovarian cancer had higher levels of calcium in blood than women who did not before their cancer diagnosis.”<link href="http://www.wakehealth.edu/News-Releases/2013/Study_Shows_High_Blood_Calcium_Levels_May_Indicate_Ovarian_Cancer.htm">Read report here.</link>

The Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center reports that high blood calcium levels might predict ovarian cancer. The study found, “women who were later diagnosed with ovarian cancer and women who later died of ovarian cancer had higher levels of calcium in blood than women who did not before their cancer diagnosis.”
<link href="http://www.wakehealth.edu/News-Releases/2013/Study_Shows_High_Blood_Calcium_Levels_May_Indicate_Ovarian_Cancer.htm">Read report here.</link>

Pap Test Might Detect Ovarian Cancer

January 11, 2013

Researchers at Johns Hopkins showed that examining cervical cells can help identify ovarian and uterine cancers. In a recent small study of 46 women, DNA analysis detected 41% of ovarian cancer cases.<link href="http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/johns_hopkins_scientists_use_pap_test_fluid_to_detect_ovarian_endometrial_cancers">Read study here.</link>

Researchers at Johns Hopkins showed that examining cervical cells can help identify ovarian and uterine cancers. In a recent small study of 46 women, DNA analysis detected 41% of ovarian cancer cases.
<link href="http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/johns_hopkins_scientists_use_pap_test_fluid_to_detect_ovarian_endometrial_cancers">Read study here.</link>