Ovarian Cancer Clinical Trial
Data Collection for Patients With Low Grade Ovarian or Peritoneal Tumors
This study collects information to maintain a database on patients with low-grade ovarian or peritoneal tumors. Collecting information about the type of cancer and treatment, as well as details about follow-up care, may help researchers learn and better understand these tumor types and help develop better treatments for them.
I. To collect, both prospectively and retrospectively, data on disease characterization, treatment, and outcomes for approximately 1600 female patients with low-grade ovarian and peritoneal tumors.
II. To organize clinical information in order to support multifaceted queries of patient characteristics, treatment, and disease outcome data and to facilitate correlation of these characteristics with patient outcome.
III. To have a single data repository, kept on a secure platform that will integrate clinical information and research findings and serve as a secure archive for future research.
I. To obtain and store human tumor samples in the form of blocks or slides for the purpose of establishing a tumor bank.
Patients' medical records are reviewed for retrospective and prospective data collection. Patients may also have residual tissue samples collected and stored.
Patients whose disease progressed to a higher-grade carcinoma since the time of original diagnosis:
Ovarian tumor of low malignant potential
Low-grade serous carcinoma of the ovary
Primary peritoneal tumor of low malignant potential
Low-grade serous carcinoma of the peritoneum
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