• Prospects for the medicinal treatment of relapsed ovarian cancer 

Prospects for the medicinal treatment of relapsed ovarian cancer 

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2016.4(110):153–155 

Prospects for the medicinal treatment of relapsed ovarian cancer 

Ponomariova O., Bojko V., Kharchenko K.

Institute of experimental pathology, Oncology and radiobiology named after R. E. Kavetsky, NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv

National medical University named after O. O. Bogomolets, Kyiv

SІ «Institute of General and urgent surgery of a name of V. T. Zaitsev NAMS of Ukraine», Kharkov

Kyiv city clinical Oncology center, Kyiv 

The article examines recent clinical study conducted with new chemotherapeutic agents for the treatment of patients with ovarian cancer. Describes the new scheme and modification of existing standard patterns, and modes of administering drugs sequentially, evaluated data related to the use of new cytostatic drugs, and combinations thereof.

Key words: treatment of recurrent ovarian cancer, chemotherapy for recurrent ovarian cancer.


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