Do you know your risk for ovarian cancer, the silent killer?

A dark-haired woman stands in front of a blue barn and smiles.

Ovarian cancer has been dubbed a silent killer because many women are not diagnosed with the disease until it is in its more advanced stages. That's why early detection is key.

As September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Ed Pavlik, director of the Ovarian Screening Research Program, joins us on this episode of Cancer Conversations to discuss the many characteristics associated with the condition, what the Kentucky Ovarian Cancer Screening Program is and how Kentucky women can participate if eligible.

Listen to the full episode below to learn more about your risk for ovarian cancer and what you can do about it:

This content was produced by UK HealthCare Brand Strategy.

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