Ovarian Cancer Treatment

Ovarian cancer treatment depends on the stage of cancer, the patient's overall health, & other individual factors.

The main treatment options for ovarian cancer include surgery, chemotherapy, & targeted therapy. 

Surgery is the main treatment for ovarian cancer, & it involves removing as much of the cancerous tissue as possible.


In some cases, the surgeon may remove nearby lymph nodes & other tissues that may be affected by cancer.


 Chemotherapy uses drugs to kill cancer cells. It can be given before or after surgery to reduce the size of the tumor or to kill any remaining cancer cells. 


Targeted therapy is a type of treatment that specifically targets cancer cells without harming healthy cells. It works by blocking the signals that allow cancer cells to grow & divide. 

Targeted Therapy

Radiation therapy involves using high-energy beams of radiation to kill cancer cells. It may be used in combination with surgery or chemotherapy, or as a standalone treatment. 

Radiation therapy:

Hormone therapy may be used to treat ovarian cancer that has spread to other parts of the body. It involves blocking the hormones that stimulate cancer growth, & it may be given in combination with chemotherapy or targeted therapy.

Hormone therapy:

Clinical trials are studies that test new treatments or combinations of treatments to determine their safety & effectiveness.

Clinical trials:

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