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Young women with early-stage, hormone receptor (HR)-positive breast cancer attempting to become pregnant can safely pause endocrine therapy and resume it later, according to initial results from the international POSITIVE trial. Read More ›

Emerging evidence suggests PARP inhibitors have the potential to revolutionize the treatment of ovarian cancer. Read More ›

Patients with advanced ovarian cancer may be eligible to receive frontline maintenance treatment with olaparib plus bevacizumab. Read More ›

Ovarian cancer survivors frequently use adaptive and problem-focused coping strategies. During the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual technology has played a key role in shaping and determining these strategies. Read More ›

Oral treatments for ovarian cancer can be taken at home, in a sequestered environment that may minimize undue risks for patients. Results from a randomized phase 3 study suggest oral PARP inhibitor therapy has improved efficacy when compared with intravenous chemotherapy. Read More ›

Telemedicine may play a critical role by creating pathways for overcoming obstacles to healthcare access, particularly for breast cancer reconstruction. Read More ›