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Molecular Testing in Ovarian Cancer - OncLive



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Molecular Testing in Ovarian Cancer 
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Whitney S. Graybill, MD, MS: In 2014, the SGO (Society of Gynecologic Oncology) came out with a statement that all patients with ovarian cancer should be tested for both BRCA1 and BRCA2 germline mutations. This is really important, because we know that ...

 


Mainstreaming genetic counselling for ovarian cancer could support ... - Medical Xpress



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Mainstreaming genetic counselling for ovarian cancer could support ... 
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A study that looked at mainstreaming genetic counselling for ovarian cancer to support screening programmes in Malaysia was presented at the ESMO Asia ...

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Dr. Leitao on the Benefits of Surgery in Ovarian Cancer - OncLive



Dr. Leitao on the Benefits of Surgery in Ovarian Cancer 
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Mario M. Leitao Jr, MD, FACOG, FACS, fellowship director, gynecology service, director, Minimal Access and Robotic Surgery Program, Department of Surgery, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, discusses the importance of surgery for patients with ...

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TESARO (TSRO) Announce EC Approval of ZEJULA to Treat Ovarian Cancer - StreetInsider.com



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TESARO (TSRO) Announce EC Approval of ZEJULA to Treat Ovarian Cancer 
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ZEJULA was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on March 27, 2017 and is marketed by TESARO in the United States, where it is currently the most frequently prescribed PARP inhibitor for patients with ovarian cancer. TESARO plans to ...
Tesaro edges higher as European Commission approves Zejula drug for women with recurrent ovarian cancer Proactive Investors UK

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Survey: Many Choose Maintenance Therapy to ?Buy Time? for ... - Journal of Clinical Pathways



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Survey: Many Choose Maintenance Therapy to ?Buy Time? for ... 
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A recent survey asked patients with primary and recurrent ovarian cancer to consider their reasons for choosing maintenance therapy following surgery and ...

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Can tumor-cell 'spheroids' beat ovarian cancer? - Futurity: Research News



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Can tumor-cell 'spheroids' beat ovarian cancer? 
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Honeycomb-like arrays of tiny, lab-grown cancers could one day help doctors zero in on individualized treatments for ovarian cancer, an unpredictable disease that kills more than 14,000 women each year in the United States alone. A new process can grow ...

 


Researchers Are Closer to a Screening Test for Ovarian Cancer - Curetoday.com



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Researchers Are Closer to a Screening Test for Ovarian Cancer 
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A newly studied blood test could be the answer to a serious question: How can a woman tell if she has ovarian cancer in its earliest stage?
Dana-Farber Team Developing MicroRNA Liquid Biopsy to ... GenomeWeb

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Attention, Women: You Might Be Missing This Common Sign of Ovarian Cancer - Reader's Digest



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Attention, Women: You Might Be Missing This Common Sign of Ovarian Cancer 
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Ovarian-cancer Shot4Sell/ShutterstockWhen it comes to cancer types that disproportionately affect women, breast cancer gets a lot of buzz. And by all means, continue your regular self-exams and mammograms, please! Still, it's important to tune in to ...

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Ovarian cancer no 'silent killer': Survivor urges others to know the symptoms and seek help - Daily Echo



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Ovarian cancer no 'silent killer': Survivor urges others to know the symptoms and seek help 
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But Alison Farmer, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer 16 years ago, when she was 40, wants to get the message out that this simply is not true. She emphasises that it does have symptoms and that women who experience any of them should insist on ...

 


Broomall woman plays tennis to help with ovarian cancer - The Delaware County Daily Times



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Broomall woman plays tennis to help with ovarian cancer 
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Broomall woman plays tennis to help with ovarian cancer. Bob and Elaine Boswell are getting ready for the 3rd annual 'Tennis for Teal' to benefit ovarian cancer patients. By Ruth Rovner, Special to Digital First Media. Posted: 11/01/17, 10:26 AM EDT ...