All Articles for Gynecologic Cancer

Straight Talk on Preventing Uterine Cancer
HPV Vaccine Now Approved for Adults 27 to 45
Infectious DiseaseCancerGynecologic Cancer

HPV Vaccine Now Approved for Adults 27 to 45

Now’s your chance to get protection if you’re in this age group.

Am I at Risk for Breast Cancer?
CancerBreast CancerGynecologic Cancer

Am I at Risk for Breast Cancer?

Learn the risk factors you can change — and those you can’t.

When BRCA Genes Make Trouble
CancerBreast CancerGynecologic Cancer

When BRCA Genes Make Trouble

Mom had breast cancer. Should I be tested?

Stay Healthy and Energized During Cancer Treatment
Your Ovarian Cancer Journey: Diagnosis, Staging and Treatment
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Your Ovarian Cancer Journey: Diagnosis, Staging and Treatment

A gynecologic oncologist explains the typical process.

Understanding Rare Female Cancers: Vaginal and Vulvar
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Understanding Rare Female Cancers: Vaginal and Vulvar

Early detection is key to defeating these cancers.

When Symptoms Persist in Life After Cancer
Real Hope for Fertility After Cancer
Worth the Scooch: Pap Test Still the Gold Standard
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Worth the Scooch: Pap Test Still the Gold Standard

Don’t dread the Pap. It could save your life.

Why a Second Opinion is a Smart Step
CancerBreast CancerGynecologic Cancer

Why a Second Opinion is a Smart Step

When the diagnosis is cancer, don’t be afraid to seek a second opinion.

The Lowdown on Lynch Syndrome and Cancer
Tests That Confirm or Deny Ovarian Cancer
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Tests That Confirm or Deny Ovarian Cancer

How can my doctor know for sure if I have ovarian cancer?

Tap into Network of Local Cancer Support Services
CancerBreast CancerLung CancerColorectal CancerGynecologic Cancer

Tap into Network of Local Cancer Support Services

Explore local resources — from home health to fashion boutiques — to help you on your journey through cancer.

Setting the Stage for Surviving Uterine Cancer
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Setting the Stage for Surviving Uterine Cancer

Why staging is your first critical treatment step

Lower Cancer Risk? Keep Exercising!
Know Your Odds for Uterine Cancer
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Know Your Odds for Uterine Cancer

Some risk factors are in your control

Know the Basics About Ovarian Cancer
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Know the Basics About Ovarian Cancer

Since ovarian cancer gives little or no warning, know what to look for.

HPV Vaccine: Protection for Your Teens
Infectious DiseaseCancerYour Family's HealthGynecologic Cancer

HPV Vaccine: Protection for Your Teens

It’s a safe defense against genital warts and cancers.

How to Tame Lymphedema After Cancer
Get the Facts on Treating Uterine Cancer
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Get the Facts on Treating Uterine Cancer

Today’s treatments offer powerful options.

Facing Cancer: Be Your Own Best Advocate
CancerBreast CancerLung CancerColorectal CancerGynecologic Cancer

Facing Cancer: Be Your Own Best Advocate

Follow these guidelines to take charge of your life during your cancer journey.

Don’t Ignore Warning Signs of Uterine Cancer
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Don’t Ignore Warning Signs of Uterine Cancer

Abnormal vaginal bleeding calls for a doctor visit. Now.

Diagnosed with Uterine Cancer? Know What to Ask.
Deep Breaths: Dealing With a Scary Cancer Diagnosis
CancerBreast CancerLung CancerColorectal CancerGynecologic Cancer

Deep Breaths: Dealing With a Scary Cancer Diagnosis

Plan to be among the more than 14 million cancer survivors in the U.S.

Clinical Trials: You Can Help Beat Cancer
CancerBreast CancerLung CancerColorectal CancerGynecologic Cancer

Clinical Trials: You Can Help Beat Cancer

When you enroll, you help find better ways to treat cancer.

Cervical Cancer: Preventable and Treatable
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Cervical Cancer: Preventable and Treatable

Your best defense is getting screened.

Can Healthy Living Prevent Cancer?
Am I at Risk for Ovarian Cancer?
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Am I at Risk for Ovarian Cancer?

A little knowledge goes a long way.

A Close-Up Look at Uterine Cancer
CancerGynecologic Cancer

A Close-Up Look at Uterine Cancer

Why you need to know about this #4 cancer affecting women

Seven Steps to Diagnosing Uterine Cancer
CancerGynecologic Cancer

Seven Steps to Diagnosing Uterine Cancer

A doctor visit can often give you the answers you need.

10 Self-Care Tips for the Cancer Caregiver
CancerBreast CancerLung CancerColorectal CancerGynecologic Cancer

10 Self-Care Tips for the Cancer Caregiver

Your well-being is important, too. Follow these helpful tips.

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