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Study Suggests Women Reduce Risk of Cancer By Removing Ovaries by 35

Updated: Wednesday, February 26 2014, 06:55 PM EST

A new study suggests women with a certain genetic mutation could reduce the risk of developing cancer by having their ovaries removed by age 35.

The study -- from researchers at the University of Toronto -- shows that the risk is reduced by some 80 percent.

The report is published online in the journal of clinical oncology.

Study Suggests Women Reduce Risk of Cancer By Removing Ovaries by 35


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