Published in Cancer Weekly, February 22nd, 2000
The study, conducted by researchers at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, examined 127 patients who had surgery after epithelial ovarian cancer was detected at stage I. That means it was present in one ovary but not in the second ovary or the uterus.
Ninety-two patients underwent a standard surgery to remove the uterus and all functioning ovarian tissue, while 16 others had a more limited surgery that preserved the uterus and at least one ovary. ...
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