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What if we could change the environment within an ovarian cancer tumour, stopping the growth of the disease?

Women in NSW with ovarian cancer, cervical cancer and other gynaecological cancers should be assessed & treated at one of these 7 specialist gynaecological oncology centres.

Women in NSW with ovarian cancer, cervical cancer and other gynaecological cancers should be assessed & treated at one of these 7 specialist gynaecological oncology centres.

The capture of anticancer medicine use by the PBS was generally high but varied depending on cancer site. PBS data can be supplemented by MBS and inpatient data, to examine ‘fact of treatment’ with a very high capture.

International variations in ovarian cancer survival by stage were observed, with the largest differences for those in the oldest age group with advanced disease.

There are 4 types of symptoms commonly reported by women with ovarian cancer. Find out what to look for and ask your GP about.

What is ovarian cancer? Find the latest ovarian cancer statistics including incidence, mortality and survival in NSW.

A new study is aiming to change the way ovarian cancer is treated in NSW, offering better outcomes for women with the disease.

Receipt of standard adjuvant chemotherapy at a relative dose intensity of 70% or less was associated with poorer survival in women with epithelial ovarian cancer.