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Trends in the incidence and mortality of vulvar cancer in Australia, and a 29-year overview of management at the Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney
Aims: This vulvar cancer thesis had four major aims. To: (i) analyse incidence and mortality trends in Australian women over the years from 1982 to 2011, (ii) investigate the independent prognostic significance of HPV, p16 and p53 status, (iii) determine the incidence of, and risk factors for morbidity following groin node dissection, and (iv) explore the pattern of local recurrences and determine their relationship with the extent of the histopathological margin. Methods: Four studies weredoi:10.26190/unsworks/22697 fatcat:iatnwevbbjauxgxapq7ncaj36y