Here are the tweets I favorited for the March 19-20th.
ctDNA - Circulating DNA(https://www.genome.gov/27556716)Circulating tumor DNA shows prognostic value in ovarian cancer - hope we can find actionable items based on it #SGOmtg— Jeff F. Lin (@JeffLinMD) March 19, 2016
@womenofteal study showed presence of ctDNA after primary ovarian cancer treatment is associated w worse outcome. Now need 2 b able 2 act.— Jeff F. Lin (@JeffLinMD) March 19, 2016
Incorporate supportive / palliative care from very start! QoL matters all the time!! #SGOmtg pic.twitter.com/RRJoL1rbnc— Annie Ellis (@Stigetta) March 19, 2016
Dr Karlan and IOM report on ovarian cancer, we need to research ovarian cancer by subtype as orphan cancers #SGOmtg #ovariancancer @SGO_org— Joshua Cohen (@JCohenMD) March 19, 2016
Genetic testing recommended for ALL women with personal history of #ovariancancer #SGOmtg pic.twitter.com/0usUk9vpFk— Annie Ellis (@Stigetta) March 19, 2016
Report in Brief for Ovarian Cancers: Evolving Paradigms in Research and Care. https://t.co/TWNPUSEUOg #SGOmtg pic.twitter.com/gL7U8d5QNX— Annie Ellis (@Stigetta) March 19, 2016
We need "prospective studies to identify survivorship issues relevant to ovarian cancer". Yes we do!!! #SGOmtg #gyncsm @SGO_org— Elizabeth Dickson (@edicksonMD) March 19, 2016
All women with advanced #OvarianCancer should receive genetic testing, investigator says #SGO2016 #SGOmtg https://t.co/0xV2ntZwrH— Laura Nikolaides (@NikolaidesLaura) March 20, 2016
SNP = single-nucleotide polymorphism ("most common sequence variation in the human genome is the stable substitution of a single base" (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2410167/)Berchuck: SNPs associated with ovarian cancer risk contribute to the racial disparity in incidence. #SGOmtg pic.twitter.com/tKvQhH3qPl— Annie Ellis (@Stigetta) March 20, 2016
I appreciate the ability to have interactions with the gyn oncs and other advocates attending the meeting.
Check back on Wednesday for the tweets I found most interesting for the last two days of the meeting.
Every Day is a Blessing!