The symptoms associated with this cancer can include feeling full quickly (early satiety), abdominal bloating and swelling, abdominal pain, vaginal discharge or bleeding, and frequent need to urinate. These symptoms are often perceived as unimportant by women, and are most often related to well-known and benign conditions. That is the reason that this cancer is often diagnosed too late, and has a low survival rate.

Are you 50 or older?

Have you had one or more symptoms for longer than 2 weeks and less than one year?

Contact the DOvEE team:
514-934-1934 extension 44482
dovee.obsgyn [at]


The DOvEE Project is kindly funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the McGill University Health Centre.

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