T1a: What SGO presentation did you find of most interest?
T1b: What SGO presentation do you think will interest patients most? What were some of the studies of note?
T2: In what areas is new research lacking?
T3: Is there anything patients/survivors/advocates need to take immediate note of?
T4: Were there other session topics that resonated for you?
You can find the transcript of the night's talk here and analytics here.
Links for studies mentioned during the chat:
High volume cancer centers have better outcomes for gyn cancer pts; >1 year overall survival (OS) https://t.co/7PHsHbt5Rq
Risk of high risk uterine cancer in BRCA patients - http://t.co/qveUn8w0J3
Smarca4 in hypercalcemic type small cell ovary cancer http://www.nature.com/ng/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/ng.2922.html
BRCA1 link to higher risk of aggressive uterine cancer https://t.co/DBDt9mOnTp
"Cancer doesn’t end women’s sex life” http://t.co/ST2qiLKIOs
Obese women who had bariatric surgery 3 ½ times less likely to get uterine cancer than without surgery https://t.co/RWfcJzZQvW
JAMA paper on electric morcellation risks http://t.co/slkaN2O4WT
SGO had a position statement in Dec 2013 on morcellation too https://t.co/SQmL5ZatDL
SGO website https://t.co/2CRcIIJhqT
2014 SGO Mtg surgery & translational science overview http://t.co/3Z0ab6WHlK
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See you Wednesday May 14, 2014 9pm EST Topic: Parenting after a gyn cancer diagnosis