This webinar will focus on the pathway for patients with ovarian and endometrial cancers, by exploring the key challenges and considerations of the .. Read more patient pathway from a general practice perspective. Learn and hear from experts in the field as we follow the journey of a patient covering best practice care, key communication points and the challenges GPs are facing in this space. In Australia alone 6,000 plus women every year are diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer. They are the fourth most common form of cancer; and the fifth most common form of cancer mortality for women in Australia. General practice plays a significant role in prevention, screening, follow-up after treatment and palliative care. However, there is still scope to expand the role of general practice in collaboration with cancer specialists. Outcomes for women with gynaecological cancers are influenced by many factors including advances in technology, surgical techniques and drug regimes, and the patient’s medical history and access to services.
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