Bevacizumab May Differentially Improve Prognosis of Advanced Ovarian Cancer Patients with Low Expression of VEGF-A165b, an Antiangiogenic VEGF-A Splice Variant

Pauline Wimberger, Mara Julia Gerber, Jacobus Pfisterer, Kati Erdmann, Susanne Füssel, Theresa Link, Andreas du Bois, Stefan Kommoss, Florian Heitz, Jalid Sehouli, Rainer Kimmig, Nikolaus de Gregorio, Barbara Schmalfeldt, Tjoung-Won Park-Simon, Klaus Baumann, Felix Hilpert, Marcel Grube, Willibald Schröder, Alexander Burges, Antje BelauLars Hanker, Jan Dominik Kuhlmann

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