Thursday 11 September 2014
Some early stage research out this week from The University of Manchester and The Christie Hospital has raised the possibility of a blood test being developed to help identify patients who may respond to a class of drugs which slow a tumour's growth by targeting its blood vessels. Target Ovarian...
Dr Miriam McCarthy (Public Health Agency, PHA), Dr Johnny Browne (Macmillan GP Adviser) and ovarian cancer campaigner Una Crudden launch the PHA's new ovarian cancer awareness programme.
Tuesday 9 September 2014
Target Ovarian Cancer is pleased to announce the launch of the Public Health Agency (PHA) in Northern Ireland’s ovarian cancer awareness programme. It will see leaflets and posters distributed across Northern Ireland to highlight the signs and symptoms of the disease. The programme is being...
Tuesday 2 September 2014
In the third of our series of 'Ask the Experts' podcasts, we hear from Professor Richard Edmondson, Professor of Gynaecological Oncology at the University of Manchester, speaking about the latest developments in surgery. This podcast is an edited version of a presentation that Professor Edmondson...
ovarian cancer news
Tuesday 26 August 2014
‘Cancer survival in England by stage’, a new report released by Public Health England’s National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN) shows that the proportion of women who survived one year or more after a diagnosis of ovarian cancer has risen from 68.1 per cent (2004-2007) to 74.7 per cent (2012)....