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Oncological Safety and Cosmetic Outcomes in Oncoplastic Breast Conservation Surgery, a Review of the Best Level of Evidence Literature

Oncological Safety and Cosmetic Outcomes in Oncoplastic Breast Conservation Surgery, a Review of the Best Level of Evidence Literature

[Breast Cancer: Targets and Therapy] This review examines oncological safety in oncoplastic breast conservation surgery, local recurrence and patient outcome, postoperative complications, and cosmetic outcomes.

Niraparib Maintains Quality of Life in Recurrent Ovarian Cancer

Niraparib Maintains Quality of Life in Recurrent Ovarian Cancer

Administering niraparib to patients with recurrent ovarian cancer after CR or PR to platinum-based chemotherapy may allow patients to continuously maintain QOL during treatment, reported researchers in presentation at ESMO 2017 Congress.

Options Available for Estrogen Depletion After Breast Cancer

Options Available for Estrogen Depletion After Breast Cancer

Women should be encouraged to optimize lifestyle and should not generally be treated with hormone therapy following breast cancer.

Perioperative Blockade of Pathways May Improve Outcomes in Breast Cancer

Perioperative Blockade of Pathways May Improve Outcomes in Breast Cancer

Blocking the beta-adrenergic and COX-2 pathways in the perioperative period may inhibit cellular and molecular pathways associated with metastasis and disease recurrence in patients with early stage breast cancer.

One-Quarter of Patients With Early Breast Cancer Strongly Consider CPM

One-Quarter of Patients With Early Breast Cancer Strongly Consider CPM

A majority of patients with early-stage breast cancer consider undergoing contralateral prophylactic mastectomy.

Starting Screening Mammography at Age 40 Leads to Greatest Mortality Benefit

Starting Screening Mammography at Age 40 Leads to Greatest Mortality Benefit

An analysis of the 3 most adhered to protocols for screening mammography for breast cancer revealed that the greatest benefit is achieved with annual screening beginning at age 40 years.

Breast Conservation Improves Survival vs Mastectomy in Breast Cancer

Breast Conservation Improves Survival vs Mastectomy in Breast Cancer

Results of a recent study demonstrated overall survival was better among women who underwent breast-conserving surgery vs mastectomy. Furthermore, best overall survival was achieved with adjuvant radiotherapy in the former group and systemic therapy in the latter group.

Risk of Some Cancers Higher in Women With a History of Periodontal Disease

Risk of Some Cancers Higher in Women With a History of Periodontal Disease

A study on a cohort of women enrolled in the WHI-OS shows that those with a history of periodontal disease had a higher risk for developing some cancers.

Sexual Dysfunction in Women With Cancer: A Review of Available Interventions

Sexual Dysfunction in Women With Cancer: A Review of Available Interventions

Investigators conducted a review of available biologic and psychosocial interventions that address sexual dysfunction in women arising from cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Hospital Volume, Quality Impact Survival in Ovarian Cancer

Hospital Volume, Quality Impact Survival in Ovarian Cancer

Survival rate were worse for lower volume hospitals with higher quality scores, versus higher volume hospitals.

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