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Celebrity Angelina Jolie removed ovaries

Two years after undergoing a mastectomy, Brad Pitt’s wife was operated again “because she had a small tumor and wanted to prevent cancer,” she said.

Film star Angelina Jolie announced today that she underwent surgery to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to avoid the risk of cancer two years after undergoing a double mastectomy in centreville obgyn.
Actor Brad Pitt ‘s wife and mother of six said in a column in the New York Times that she underwent surgery last week after blood tests showed what could be early signs of ovarian cancer, Who killed his mother at age 56.
Jolie, who is a carrier of the BRCA1 gene mutation that increases the risk of breast and ovarian cancer, said she had made public her decision to help other at-risk women know the options.
“I’ve gone through what I imagine thousands of other women have felt. I told myself to stay calm, to be strong, and that there is no reason to think that I will not live to see my children grow and to meet my grandchildren “, he claimed.
“The most important thing is to know the options and choose the right one for you personally,” added Jolie, 39, who won an Oscar for best supporting actress for her role in Girl Interrupted (1999). As the United Nations ambassador for refugees.
The actress said the surgery had shown no signs of cancer, but triggered an early menopause and could not have more children. “I feel feminine and confident with the decisions I am making for myself and my family. I know my children will never have to say ‘Mom died of ovarian cancer,'” she wrote.
Dr. Robert DeBernardo, a gynecologist and oncologist at the Ob / Gyn & Women’s Health Institute at the Cleveland Clinic, said that surgery to remove the ovaries and fallopian tubes with the goal of reducing cancer risk was becoming an option that More and more women are choosing.
But he warned that the intervention does not completely eliminate the risk of the disease because ovarian cancer can also attack cells that line the abdomen, he added.
“Someone like Angelina Jolie has reduced her risk of cancer as much as possible,” said DeBernardo. “But you can not take it to zero.”
Jolie said Pitt flew from France to be at his side hours after telling him about the analysis. “The beauty of such moments in life is that there is so much clarity,” said the actress. “You know what you live for and what matters,” he added.
The Hollywood star revealed the decision to have a double mastectomy in an editorial in the New York Times in May 2013 and was widely supported by celebrities, cancer survivors and doctors.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says about 20,000 women get ovarian cancer and about 14,500 die every year in the United States.

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