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Retaining ovaries linked to longevity

The team led by David J. Waters, executive director of the Gerald P. Murphy Cancer Foundation, studied more than 29,000 women who underwent a hysterectomy for benign uterine disease.

Waters' work is the first investigation to look for a link between retaining ovaries and reaching exceptional longevity in mammals.

The findings showed that the upside of ovary removal - protection against ovarian, uterine and breast cancer - was outweighed by increased mortality from other causes.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life/health-fitness/health/Retaining-ovaries-linked-to-longevity/articleshow/5323138.cms



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