Harvard Women's Health Watch

From the journals: Ovary removal linked to risk for dementia, parkinsonism

Data from studies in Minnesota indicated that women who had one or both ovaries removed for reasons other than cancer were more likely to develop cognitive problems or movement disorders later in life.

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