Why ovarian cancer is called the silent killer

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Ovarian cancer has been called the silent killer. Often women have no symptoms and by the time it’s diagnosed, the disease is in its later stages. A doctor and two survivors have some great advice for all women in this edition of “Afternoons on 11.”

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