Ovarian Cancer: Recurrence
Many women who've been treated for ovarian cancer will have a recurrence within five years ... there are many treatment options, some very new.
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Eighty percent of women with ovarian cancer enter into remission. However, during the next five years, 70 to 80 percent of those women may have a “recurrence,” when the cancer comes back, according to Dr. Beth Karlan, a gynecologic oncologist at the UCLA Medical Center whose skill as a clinician is noted among her coll... Read More
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