Dr. John Elkas was interviewed by NBC on the importance of specialty care for patients with ovarian cancer. Dr. Elkas discussed the increasing data demonstrating the role of a gynecologic oncologist to ensure the highest standard of care in ovary cancer treatment.
Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month: Throughout September 2013, Jummy Olabbanji from WJLA is running a series featuring the personal stories of women affected by gynecologic cancers. Dr. John Elkas was interviewed as part of the series on the symptoms of vulvar and uterine cancers. Vulvar cancers affect 4,500 women annually while uterine cancers are the most common gynecologic malignancy and affect 45,000 women annually.
ABC News Profile on da Vinci Surgery New research suggest doctors will perform better with robotic assistance.
Data shows clinical advantages to robotic surgery With a 3-D view and greater dexterity, the da Vinci surgical robot offers many advantages
Mid Atlantic Gynecologic Oncology and Pelvic Surgery Associates
Specializing in Gynecologic Oncology, Mid-Atlantic Gynecologic Oncology and Pelvic Surgery Associates (MAGOPSA) has served the greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area since 1984.
We have five convenient locations in Northern Virginia where we can provide gynecologic oncology care to women.
At MAGOPSA our main objective is to be “different and better” on behalf of our patients. We strive to care for each of our patients as people and with the perception that each patient is the only patient we’re seeing that day. Our patients overall care experience is our foremost concern, and one that we continually work to improve upon.
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