A new report suggests that most women should not get screened for ovarian cancer unless they are in a high-risk category, writes Medical News Today. 

Over 60 percent of ovarian cancer cases are diagnosed after the cancer has spread, the authors write. However, screening trials did not prove to affect mortality rates in the past.

In fact, studies have attested to the harms of such screenings, including false-positive results that led to surgery and ensuing complications.

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