Preventative Ovary Removal In Premenopausal Women Should Be Discontinued, Researchers Warn

Preventative Ovary Removal In Premenopausal Women Should Be Discontinued, Researchers Warn
Ovary removal is commonly used in premenopausal women as a preventive measure against the development of ovarian cancer, but researchers now recommend this practice to be discontinued if women are not at high risk. The study, “Accelerated Accumulation of Multimorbidity After Bilateral Oophorectomy: A Population-Based Cohort Study,” published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings, shows that ovary removal

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