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Tag: Uterine Cancer

What is a sentinel node biopsy and what happens if it is positive?

Sentinel node biopsy is a surgical technique used in patients who have already been diagnosed with uterine, cervical and vulval cancer.

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Hidden dangers of undiagnosed uterine sarcoma

I was invited to present at the Austrian and Bavarian Obstetrics & Gynaecology Society in Vienna about uterine sarcomas.

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HE4 in ovarian and uterine cancer

A couple of years we introduced HE4 as a tumour marker for pelvic masses. The idea was to differentiate benign ovarian masses from ovarian cancer in patients without ascites or...

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feMME Trial now open

The feMME trial will treat women with endometrial cancer and preserve the patient’s fertility at the same time.

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New iPhone App

The app will be free and based on research carried out at QCGC in collaboration with the Cleveland Clinic.

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