In a draft statement, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force renewed its 2004 recommendation against routine ovarian cancer screening, saying a review of 64 studies showed a risk of false positives without a significant decrease in death rates. The panel's recommendation does not cover women at greater risk for ovarian cancer because of family history or known genetic predisposition.
Ovarian cancer screening does more harm than good, USPSTF says
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