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Ovacome Members' Day /
The value of surgery in ovarian cancer

18th May 2019

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Published: 24.05.19
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Prof Christina Fotopoulou - Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital, London, UK

Prof Christina Fotopoulou talks to ecancer at the Ovacome Member's Day 2019 about the value of surgery in ovarian cancer.

She outlines the importance of a need for extra expertise in specialised cancer centres due to the individual nature of the disease.

Prof Fotopoulou also discusses the situations where it could be advisable not to undergo surgery and also the complications of operations compared with other treatments.

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