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Low Malignant Potential Ovarian Cancer: A Summary

Key points to keep in mind regarding low malignant potential ovarian cancer includes:
  • Low malignant potential ovarian cancer is a disease in which precancerous cells (cells that may or that are likely to become cancerous) form in the tissue covering the ovary
  • In most cases, low malignant potential ovarian cancer can be treated successfully.
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