Poorer Survival Of Elderly Patients With Ovarian Cancer: A Population-based Study.
P. Petignat, G. Fioretta, H. Verkooijen, A. Vlastos, E. Rapiti, C. Bouchardy, G. Vlastos
Published 2004 · Medicine
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OBJECTIVE To compare ovarian cancer survival in elderly and young patients. MATERIAL AND METHODS Using the Geneva Cancer Registry, we identify women diagnosed with primary ovarian cancer between 1980 and 1998. We compared tumors characteristics, treatment patterns of young patients (
70 years) by logistic regression. To evaluate the effect of age on prognosis, we compared disease specific survival by Cox proportional hazard analysis, taking into account other prognostic factors.
This study included 285 patient aged 70 years and 451
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