What Age or Race of Women Are More Likely to Develop Ovarian Cancer?

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Well typically 55 and older would be average onset for ovarian cancer which is also considered a risk factor, only in the sense that typically older women get the disease. In terms of race, it's very non discriminating, it's a cross all borders and it's in older women that we've seen in young women and there's always the very rare cases that have even occurred in children but that's a very rare different type of ovarian cancer.

The majority is in older women.