TOTEM: Intensive vs Minimalist Follow-up in Patients Treated for Endometrial Cancer

June 4-8, 2021; Online at https://conferences.asco.org/am
In the randomized TOTEM trial, intensive follow-up did not improve overall survival, relapse-free survival, or health-related quality-of-life outcomes vs minimalist follow-up in patients treated for endometrial cancer.
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Released: June 10, 2021

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