You see, unlike breast or cervical cancer, there’s currently no way of catching ovarian cancer early. Symptoms are really vague, like bloating or cramps, and many women are told that they’re likely just going through menopause.
That’s why so many women are only diagnosed when it’s too late. That’s why less than 30% of women diagnosed today will be here in five years’ time. That’s why ovarian cancer kills another woman every eight hours.
And that’s why we need to urgently fund research and find a test.