Highlighting over 50 hot topics where controversy exist in management of patients with gynecologic malignancy, this book presents expertly argued opinions for and against, incorporating current evidence and clinical trials outcomes. A diverse range of topics are included that pertain to several disciplines in gynecologic oncology, including surgical management of disease, medical oncology, immunotherapy, radiation therapy, as well as screening, preventive and palliative care. This book will be relevant to a diverse audience of practitioners and trainees including gynecologists, gynecological oncologists, surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and general medics. It will be a useful guide for practicing clinicians managing their patients, as well as a concise textbook for trainees and students preparing for examinations and board certifications in gynecologic oncology. Readers will gain an insight into topical controversies, critically evaluating the different sides to enhance their own clinical practice.