Tylenol May Cut Ovarian Cancer Risk

Tylenol May Cut Ovarian Cancer Risk

There are 5 comments on the Webmd.com story from Jul 7, 2006, titled Tylenol May Cut Ovarian Cancer Risk. In it, Webmd.com reports that:

Women who regularly use acetaminophen -- the active ingredient in Tylenol and several other painkillers -- may be 30% less likely to develop ovarian cancer ovarian cancer than those who use the drug rarely or ...

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Stan

United States

#1 Jul 7, 2006
Works for men.
Just An Observer

Oscoda, MI

#2 Jul 8, 2006
Well.....the shelves at Wal-Marts are going to be empty now.
ihatekcouric

Lubbock, TX

#3 Jul 8, 2006
Operative words are "may cut risk". Drug studies like these require the due diligence of the public.
Diana

Phoenix, AZ

#4 Jul 17, 2006
Thats great if it really works. But I have a better idea!
Lets get the symptoms of Ovarian Cancer out there! Before I was diagnosed with stage three Ovarian Cancer I had NO idea I was sick. For any woman know the symptoms.
Sandy

Lorain, OH

#5 Jul 17, 2006
Diana wrote:
Thats great if it really works. But I have a better idea!
Lets get the symptoms of Ovarian Cancer out there! Before I was diagnosed with stage three Ovarian Cancer I had NO idea I was sick. For any woman know the symptoms.
I'm really sorry to hear about your problem with cancer. I had to have female surgery a year and half ago, but everything turned out alright. What were your symptoms? If you don't mind telling me.

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