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IGCS & ESMO Meeting outcomes: Leaders in laparoscopic surgery

I am very grateful to my international colleagues for very positive feedback on my presentation at the 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Gynecological Cancer Society, held in Rio...

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The latest research presented at International Conferences on Gynecological Cancer

I recently attended the 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Gynecological Cancer Society, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil a couple of weeks ago and the European Society of...

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Infertility linked to cancer risk

Infertile women may have a higher risk of certain cancers, according to a U.S study.

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Poor diet linked to cancer cases including uterine cancer

More than 80,000 cases of cancer in the U.S have been linked to an unhealthy diet according to a new study.

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The link between chlamydia infection and risk of ovarian cancer

New data by the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) finds an antibody present in the blood of women previously infected with chlamydia is associated with an increased risk of...

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Dealing with cancer: Are you anxious, depressed or both?

Depression and anxiety are feelings that patients sometimes have when coping with upcoming surgery or a cancer diagnosis.

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Thank you for supporting my incredible journey

Firstly, I would like to let everyone know that I have returned in one piece from the Cherish Base Camp Trek to the Nepalese Himalayas and I am back into...

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Three seconds of life everyday goes a long way

When my daughter showed me some one-second videos she’d recorded, I was intrigued. I thought I could use this idea to capture my preparation for the Cherish Trek.

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Flying more than the Cherish flag at Everest Base Camp

When the Cherish Trek reaches Everest Base Camp, we’ll be flying the flag for gynaecological cancer research. But that’s not all. In my backpack, I’ll have a bundle of prayer flags.

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What is the difference between fallopian tube cancer, peritoneal cancer and ovarian cancer?

Peritoneal, ovarian and fallopian tube cancers are all types of gynaecological cancers and treated in a similar way.

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