Gynecologic cancers that recur are typically treated as chronic diseases. Increasingly, oncologists at Fox Chase Cancer Center are turning to immunotherapy as a powerful option for chronic endometrial, cervical, and ovarian cancer management.
Fertility preservation is a top concern for many women of childbearing age who are diagnosed with gynecologic cancer. To make optimal treatment decisions that also allow the potential for future pregnancy, patients should take the time ...
A sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) can offer more effective treatment outcomes and improved quality of life for patients with gynecologic cancers.
Until late 2021, patients with recurrent cervical cancer had limited options for treatment. Available treatments included standard chemotherapy regimens and the VEGF-inhibitor bevacizumab.
Hereditary cancer syndromes cause a significant portion of gynecologic malignancies. Many times, gynecologic cancers are diagnosed in the late stages, at a time when treatment options are limited.