Z Kemp,1 JA Ledermann1,21Department of Oncology, University College London Hospitals, 2University College London Cancer Institute, University College London, London, United KingdomAbstract: Despite the high response rate to first-line treatment of advanced ovarian cancer, the vast majority of patients relapse. Maximal debulking surgery and chemotherapy with a platinum doublet have remained the standard of care for many years and new approaches are imperative. Recent clinical trials have given grounds for hope. Neoadjuvant chemotherapy, intraperitoneal delivery, and dose-dense strategies have all shown promising results, as has the targeting of angiogenesis. A greater understanding of the molecular landscape of ovarian cancer is helping to identify new treatment options. In this review, we will highlight the key trials and recent progress in these areas.Keywords: ovarian cancer, first-line therapy, neoadjuvant, intraperitoneal, dose-dense, angiogenesi
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