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Body Mass Index Is Not Predictive of Ovarian Cancer Survival

Authors: Catherine M. Olsen, PhD, MPH, BSc, Christina M. Nagle, PhD, MPH, BappSc

Abstract

In the largest ovarian cancer survival study to date, Barrett et al found no association between body mass index at first treatment and progression-free or overall survival. These findings add to the growing body of evidence that obesity does not have an adverse effect on the survival of women with ovarian cancer.

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