Does My Risk of Ovarian Cancer Increase After Menopause?

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Yes, the average age of ovarian cancer is approximately 62. And so, as women get older, there is an increased risk that they can develop ovarian cancer, but what I think is really important for people to understand, is that you can get ovarian cancer throughout a woman's reproductive lifespan. So, you can see ovarian cancer in the teens and 20s, you can see it in women who are in their 80s and 90s, but it definitely is more common once you've been through menopause.