The Two Greatest Challenges in Managing Ovarian Cancer

Shannon N. Westin, MD, MPH


June 25, 2021

Dr Shannon Westin, of the MD Anderson Cancer Center, reveals two major challenges when facing patients with ovarian cancer: early detection and finding the right treatment for the right patient. Westin also describes the frustration of not being able to select a therapy specific to a patient's tumor or pinpoint a specific blood test to come up with the perfect treatment strategy for patients without a BRCA mutation or known tumor aberrations.


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