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Muscle density as a predictive marker for toxicities during ovarian cancer treatment

16th - 18th Nov 2018

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Published: 23.11.18
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Dr Lucy Dumas - The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

Dr Lucy Dumas speaks to ecancer at the International Society of Geriatric Oncology 2018 conference in Amsterdam about toxicities for women with ovarian cancer.

She used muscle density a a predictive marker and found that women with lower muscle density at the start of treatment had shorter overall survival.

Dr Dumas emphasises the importance of the importance of understanding the whole patient rather than just the cancer, for example by incorporating a geriatric assessment.

This service has been kindly supported by an unrestricted grant from Janssen Oncology.

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