Ovarian cancer an under-the-radar killer
Like many women, Roni Lemos was not the type to complain. So when she repeatedly was reassured that her persistent bloating and discomfort were nothing serious, her husband, Wayne, said, she accepted it.
"I think people hear what they hope to hear," he said.
Today, four years after his wife's death from ovarian cancer, which came two days after her 44th birthday and 18 months after she was diagnosed with an advanced stage of the disease, Wayne Lemos does not blame doctors so ...
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