Gynecologic Oncology

Gynecologic-Oncology

June 2019, Volume 154, Supplement 1, p1-288

Abstract Supplement: Abstracts Presented for the 50th Annual Meeting of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology March 16-19, 2019, Honolulu, HI

Gynecologic Oncology July 2019: Volume 154, Issue 1

Editorial: Financial Toxicity: A Severe But Underrecognized Side Effect for Cancer Patients; Jason D. Wright

Lead article: Financial toxicity in gynecologic oncology; Sara Bouberhan, Meghan Shea, Alice Kennedy, Adrienne Erlinger, Hannah Stack-Dunnbier, Mary K. Buss, Laureen Moss, Kathleen Nolan, Christopher Awtrey, John L. Dalrymple, Leslie Garrett, Fong W. Liu, Michele R. Hacker, Katharine M. Esselen

May 2019 Gynecologic Oncology Reports

Inpatient management of hypercalcemia portends a poor prognosis among gynecologic oncology patients: A trigger to initiate hospice care? James C. Cripe, Lindsay M. Kuroki

Evaluation of screening and risk-reducing surgery for women followed in a high-risk breast/ovarian cancer clinic: it is all about the tubes in BRCA mutation carriers Martha E. Stewart, Anne T. Knisely, Mackenzie W. Sullivan, Kari L. Ring, Susan C. Modesitt

Isolated distant lymph node metastases in ovarian cancer. Should a new substage be created? Dimitrios Nasioudis, Emily M. Ko, Ashley F. Haggerty, Robert L. GiuntoliII, Robert A. Burger, Mark A. Morgan, Nawar A. Latif

Retreatment with carboplatin and paclitaxel for recurrent endometrial cancer: A retrospective study of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center experience Maria Rubinstein, Darragh Halpenny, Vicky Makker, Rachel N. Grisham, Carol Aghajanian, Karen Cado

Cervical cancer treatment in Haiti: A vertically-integrated model for low-resource settings Vincent DeGennaro Jr., Madelyn Shafer, Meagan Kelly, Jean Ronald Cornely, Joseph Bernard Jr.
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