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Regular intake of generous portions of fruits and vegetables may help to fend off ovarian cancer.
High ovarian cancer risk is associated with frequent consumption preserved foods, such as preserved meats and vegetables.
A significant elevation in ovarian cancer risk is associated with regular consumption of fatty foods.
Following a high-fiber diet may brighten a woman's chances of avoiding ovarian cancer.
High consumption of soy and other isoflavone-rich foods may be beneficial in the prevention of ovarian cancer.
Cigarette smoking may promote the development of mucinous type of epithelial ovarian cancer in women.
Generous intake of foods rich in lycopene may help cut down ovarian cancer risk in postmenopausal women.
Women who are habitual consumers of large servings of dairy products may have a high tendency of developing ovarian cancer.
A surge in ovarian cancer risk is associated with habitual consumption of 2-3 servings of milk per day.
A surge in the risk of ovarian cancer is associated with women who are smokers.