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This section describes surgery and other treatments for ovarian cancer, including when they are used and possible side effects.
This page describes how ovarian cancer is treated and links to more detailed information on individual treatments.
Surgery is usually the main treatment for ovarian cancer. This page explains how surgery is carried out by cancer stage.
This page describes radiotherapy as a treatment for ovarian cancer.
Find out about ongoing research trials for ovarian cancer, and learn why clinical trials are carried out and what happens if you are asked to take part in a trial.
Learn about the team of doctors and other healthcare professionals who will oversee your treatment if you are diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
Information on chemotherapy as a treatment for ovarian cancer, including when it's given, how it's given, drugs commonly used and possible side effects.
Find out about check-ups and tests you may have after treatment for ovarian cancer.
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