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Minimally invasive surgery associated with worse survival for women with cervical cancer compared to open hysterectomy

In the gynecologic oncology community, minimally invasive surgery for cervical cancer gained acceptance more than a decade ago as an alternative to abdominal radical hysterectomy when laparoscopy and ... read more

In cervical cancer surgery, minimally invasive is worse than open, study says

versus 99% of the open surgery patients. So what’s a cervical cancer patient to do if she has undergone a minimally invasive radical hysterectomy? According to Ramirez, she should have a discussion wi... read more

For Cervical Cancer Patients, Less Invasive Surgery Is Worse For Survival

Half had their uterus removed through open abdominal ... cervical cancer are generally treated with chemotherapy and radiation rather than surgery.) Ramirez says surgeons at MD Anderson "decided to st... read more

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More deaths seen for less invasive cervical cancer surgery

Death from cervical cancer occurred in 14 of 319 patients who had minimally invasive surgery and two of 312 patients who had open surgery. Results were published online yesterday by the New England Jo... read more


Study shows non-invasive hysterectomy may lead to shorter survival rates

"Minimally invasive surgery has been the alternative to laparotomy, or open surgery, for radical hysterectomy in patients with early-stage cervical ... from two large cancer registries to compare the ... read more

Cervical Cancer Survival Rates And Risks No Better With Less-Invasive Surgery

(Harris, 10/31) The New York Times: Studies Warn Against Minimally Invasive Surgery For Cervical Cancer Compared with the older, open abdominal operation ... Study Says Radical hysterectomy, or remova... read more

In cervical cancer surgery, minimally invasive is worse than open, study says

versus 99% of the open surgery patients. So what's a cervical cancer patient to do if she has undergone a minimally invasive radical hysterectomy? According to Ramirez, she should have a discussion wi... read more



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