Women from which country reported the shortest time to diagnosis?
The correct answer is Germany, but they also reported less access to specialist clinicians.
Women from which country have almost universal access to specialists?
The correct answer is the United Kingdom, but they need faster diagnoses: They have the lowest proportion of women diagnosed within a month of visiting a doctor.
Women from which country have one of the shortest times to diagnosis, but little access to genetic testing?
The correct answer is Japan. They are also the least likely to get the emotional support they need.
Women from which country were most likely to wait more than three months before seeing a doctor about symptoms?
The correct answer is the U.S. but they are also the most likely to receive genetic testing.
Women from which country were most aware of ovarian cancer before their diagnosis?
The correct answer is Hungary, but they are much less likely to be offered surgery to treat their disease.
Which country has the most women with ovarian cancer?
The correct answer is China. This is due to the large population of the country.
Which country estimates 90% of women are assessed and treated by specialists?
The correct answer is the UK, but it has taken several years to reach this level of access.
Compared to data for women diagnosed between 1995 and 1999, ovarian cancer survival rates increased by 20% in which country?
The correct answer is Japan, but estimations of survival rates vary widely depending on various factors.
Which country reported the highest rate of discussion about joining a clinical trial?
The correct answer is Germany. 41.3% of women were asked by doctors and 10% initiated conversation themselves.
The estimated number of new cases each year of ovarian cancer worldwide is:
The correct answer is 239,000.
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