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Ovarian Cancer: Sources and Notes

- J.-L. Brun, B. Boubli, AJ Sasco. Epidemiology of ovarian tumors, EMC Gynecology.

- Treatments for ovarian cancer, Patient Guides / Cancers series, National Cancer Institute. 2103

- Ovarian Cancer, ESMO / FAC Patient Guide Series, based on Esmo Clinical Practice Guidelines, 2014.

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