Abstract

Comparison of P53 mutation status, primary cytoreductive surgical outcomes, and overall survival in patients with ovarian cancer

Authors: David Engle (University of Iowa) , Hubert Fornalik (University of Iowa) , Traci Neff (University of Iowa) , Anna Button (University of Iowa) , K Collins (University of Iowa) , Amina Ahmed (University of Iowa) , David Bender (University of Iowa) , Susan Lutgendorf (University of Iowa) , Michael Goodheart

  • Comparison of P53 mutation status, primary cytoreductive surgical outcomes, and overall survival in patients with ovarian cancer

    Abstract

    Comparison of P53 mutation status, primary cytoreductive surgical outcomes, and overall survival in patients with ovarian cancer

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Abstract

Optimal surgical cytoreduction continues to be an important prognostic variable in patients with ovarian cancer independent of p53 mutational status. Among patients with suboptimal cytoreduction a p53 mutation may offer a survival advantage.

Keywords: P53, cytoreductive surgery, survival, ovarian cancer

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Engle, D. & Fornalik, H. & Neff, T. & Button, A. & Collins, K. & Ahmed, A. & Bender, D. & Lutgendorf, S. & Goodheart, M., (2011) “Comparison of P53 mutation status, primary cytoreductive surgical outcomes, and overall survival in patients with ovarian cancer”, Proceedings in Obstetrics and Gynecology 2(1), 1-2. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/2154-4751.1107

Rights: Copyright © David Engle, Hubert Fornalik, Traci Neff, Anna Button, K Collins, Amina Ahmed, David Bender, Susan Lutgendorf, Michael J. Goodheart, 2011

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28 Jul 2011
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