Radiation therapy with concurrent paclitaxel chemotherapy after surgery can be effective to treat patients with high-risk endometrial cancer, according to new research.
Administering chemotherapy in addition to post-surgical radiation treatment for the treatment of vulvar cancer is not effective.
Depression and anxiety, not just inflammation, predict pain intensity and interference with daily life among women recovering from gynecologic cancer surgery.
Obese patients with gynecologic cancer are rarely counseled on weight loss, even though they expect to be, and report that such discussions would not offend them, according to research.
Sentinel lymph node dissection in women with vulvar malignancies allowed gynecologic oncology surgeons to identify and remove just the sentinel nodes and follow the patients for complications and recurrence.
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