Removing Ovaries in Younger Women Raises Heart Disease and Other Cancer Risk, Study Says

Removing Ovaries in Younger Women Raises Heart Disease and Other Cancer Risk, Study Says
Premenopausal women who have both ovaries removed during a hysterectomy are at higher risk of  heart disease and other cancers, researchers reported. Both ovaries may be taken out by a surgeon treating a benign disease of the uterus as a protection against ovarian cancer. The study, “Removal of all ovarian tissue versus conserving ovarian tissue at time of

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