Ovarian cancer is not one disease but can be made up of different cell clones or types.
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There is currently no proven screening test for ovarian cancer. If your doctor suspects you have ovarian cancer, you may have blood tests (CA125), and medical imaging scans (ultrasound, CT scan).
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