Ovarian cancer: New imaging technique helps surgeons remove more of tumor

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The amount of tumour tissue that is left after surgery is an important factor in ovarian cancer patient survival. Currently, surgeons have to rely on their eyes and hands to find malignant tissue. Now, new research shows how an imaging technique using a new type of fluorescent compound helped surgeons detect and remove nearly 30% more ovarian tumour tissue than usual.


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