What is the prognosis of ovarian cancer?

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First answer by jenny. Last edit by jenny.
In general it is bad. It is a very deadly tumor because early detection is difficult because of the absence of specific signs. Often the cancer is detected at stage III or IV (60 percents of cases). During its development the tumor eliminates cancer cells in the abdominal cavity that locate to adjacent organs and multiply before the discovery of the original tumor. The survival rate at 1 year of cancer detected is less than 50 percents. But if we can detect at an early stage can have a survival rate of 92.7 percents. A germ cell cancer has a better prognosis because it is often detected at an early stage.

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