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  • Survival rates might still be relatively low, but researchers are making valuable inroads into understanding the disease.

    • Richard Hodson
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  • As the fallopian tubes come to the fore as the source of the most common form of ovarian cancer, researchers and clinicians are devising strategies to prevent the disease.

    • Sarah DeWeerdt
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  • Knowing you have a genetic mutation that puts you at risk of ovarian cancer can be life-saving. But with complex decisions awaiting anyone who has a disease variant, many people are choosing not to be tested.

    • Jyoti Madhusoodanan
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  • After their breakthrough approval for ovarian cancer, attention has turned to how these drugs can benefit more people.

    • Simon Makin
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  • Standardizing medical data collection across the globe could yield valuable insights into the distribution of this often-fatal disease.

    • Andrada Fiscutean
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  • Links between perceived racial discrimination and tooth loss, new materials for implants and enamel repair, and other research highlights.

    • Benjamin Plackett
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  • Research conducted since the start of the pandemic is starting to suggest that the mouth could be a key player in COVID-19 infection.

    • Tien Nguyen
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  • Wounds in the mouth heal faster than in skin — and without scarring. Could unravelling the mechanisms that drive regeneration in the oral cavity lead to better wound therapies?

    • Natalie Healey
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  • Several major organizations are calling for radical reforms to improve oral health. What’s holding them up?

    • Liam Drew
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  • Christina Warinner explains what the microorganisms that lived in our ancestors’ mouths reveal about human evolution and health.

    • Kristina Campbell
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  • Diseases of the teeth and gums, which are linked to many other illnesses, are finally getting the research attention that they deserve.

    • Herb Brody
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  • There is little question that supplemental fluoride strengthens teeth and reduces decay. But at what cost?

    • Lauren Gravitz
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