Multidisciplinary surgical approach improves ovarian cancer survival rates

A new study reveals that a collaborative surgical approach to the treatment of ovarian cancer patients can significantly increase survival rates.

According to new research conducted by a team at the Mater University Hospital in Dublin, Ireland, patients with ovarian cancer are 70% less likely to die three years later if a multidisciplinary surgical care plan is deployed.

The study, led by Professor Donal Brennan, Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist at the Mater and Professor of Gynaecological Oncology at UCD School of Medicine, has yielded promising results that could revolutionise the treatment of this complex disease.

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