Primary treatment strategies for advanced ovarian cancer are evolving.
Primary treatment strategies for patients with advanced ovarian cancer are driven by the likelihood of achieving optimal cytoreduction and other disease factors that impact prognosis. The current standard-of-care comprises surgery and systemic therapy, and efforts are ongoing to evaluate strategies to improve patient outcomes.
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Proper work-up and treatment of ovarian cancer is critical. Decisions about initial management can optimize long-term survival, while mitigating treatment-related effects.