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GO-SOAR1: An audit comparing the outcomes of surgery for gynaecological cancers across countries with different incomes

This audit is looking to find out if there are any differences in how many complications women develop after gynaecological cancer surgery in countries that have different incomes. It's hoped that the information collected will benefit women needing surgery both now and in the future. This information will help surgeons and researchers to: …

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MIRRORS: A trial looking at Robotic surgery for advanced ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer surgery is usually performed by making an incision (cut) that goes up and down on the abdomen. This is known as a laparotomy (or open surgery). A laparotomy is a complex operation and can result in complications that prevent or delay women receiving further chemotherapy. Laparoscopic surgery (also known as keyhole surgery) require…

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MONITOR: A study looking at the use of maintenance niraparib in clinical practice

The purpose of this study is to help researchers better understand how niraparib is used in the UK and how well it's tolerated by those taking it. Niraparib is a type of drug known as a PARP inhibitor. PARP inhibitors are a relatively new class of drugs known as targeted therapies. In this study the researchers wish to collect real time informat…

A woman smiles at a nurse while having chemotherapy

OREO: A trial comparing olaparib and placebo in treating platinum-sensitive ovarian cancer after previous PARP inhibitor treatment

The main purpose of this study is to see if olaparib (study drug) retreatment is effective in participants with ovarian cancer, who have already been treated with olaparib or similar drugs. Women taking part in this trial will be randomised (allocated into a treatment group by a computer) to receive either olaparib or a placebo. Patients will be ra…