Ovarian cancer treatment flaws widespread in US

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A recent study has found that there are widespread problems in how ovarian cancer is treated in the U.S. The U.S. based study found that most women with ovarian cancer there receive inadequate care.

Read the story in the New York Times, Widespread Flaws Found in Ovarian Cancer Treatment

The CWHN asked Kelly Grover of Ovarian Cancer Canada to comment about whether this study also reflects the state of ovarian cancer treatment in Canada. Grover noted that “similar issues around treatment persist in Canada, although we don't know the extent of it without research comparable to this study being done here.”