The Value of Screening and Diagnostics for Breast and Ovarian Cancers

In the United States, there are estimated to be more than 233,000 women living with ovarian cancer and more than 3,700,000 living with breast cancer.

 

Screening and diagnostic testing for breast and ovarian cancer can lead to earlier detection of disease, improved health outcomes, and reduced health disparities among women. The Value of Screening and Diagnostics for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Fact Sheet was created by the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR) to explore the state of ovarian and breast cancer in the United States and explain the role of testing and screening as a tool to improve health outcomes for women.

 

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In the United States, there are estimated to be more than 233,000 women living with ovarian cancer and more than 3,700,000 living with breast cancer.

 

Screening and diagnostic testing for breast and ovarian cancer can lead to earlier detection of disease, improved health outcomes, and reduced health disparities among women. The Value of Screening and Diagnostics for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Fact Sheet was created by the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR) to explore the state of ovarian and breast cancer in the United States and explain the role of testing and screening as a tool to improve health outcomes for women.

 

DOWNLOAD THE DIAGNOSTICS FACT SHEET

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SWHR’s Value of Diagnostics within Women’s Health series is supported by an educational sponsorship from Roche. SWHR maintains editorial control and independence over educational content.

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