New screening process for ovarian cancer hopes to promote early detection of a "silent killer" disease

September 19, 2013
With breast cancer, you feel a lump and know to get it checked out. But with ovarian cancer, it’s a silent killer, with few specific symptoms in early stages. Usually by the time there are symptoms, the disease is more advanced. Will a new screening process being studied be able to detect the disease at an early, and more treatable stage? Dr. Paul Tseng, Providence Cancer Center, talks about the new process in an interview with KXL Radio, and also encourages listeners to attend the Providence Cancer Center's "Cancer Talk" on ovarian cancer on Sept. 26. 

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