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ASCO highlights: Bevacizumab for relapsed ovarian cancer

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Published: 12.07.18
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Prof Jonathan Ledermann - University College London Hospitals, London, UK

Prof Ledermann speaks with ecancer at BCGS 2018 about results from ASCO 2018 showing improved response rate and PFS for platinum-refractory patients who received second-line therapy with additional bevacizumab.

He considers what this means for global practice, noting the lack of availability in the UK for some patients, and how the activity in platinum-sensitive patients correlates to platinum-recurrent patients.

Prof Ledermann also spoke with ecancer about the results of the KEYNOTE100 trial, here.

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