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Ovarian Cancer: The Recognition and Initial Management

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Ovarian Cancer: The Recognition and Initial Management

Publisher: National Collaborating Centre for Cancer
ISBN/ASIN: 0955826551
ISBN-13: 9780955826559
Number of pages: 148

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These clinical guidelines review a number of clinical questions that involve the detection, diagnosis and initial management of ovarian cancer and which focus on areas of uncertainty or where there is a wide variation in clinical practice. The clinical questions were chosen using a consultative process that involved an array of stakeholders that included patient groups, representatives from relevant professional organizations and the pharmaceutical industry.

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