Gynecologic cancers affect women’s reproductive organs or genitals. According to John’s Hopkins, approximately 100,000 women are diagnosed with gynecologic cancer each year. Any woman is at risk for developing gynecologic cancer, but there are environmental, medical, physical, and genetic factors that can increase the risk. Many of these types of cancers can have very few symptoms, so it’s important to understand your personal risk and discuss options for prevention with your doctor.
Visit the links below to learn more about the various types of gynecologic cancer. Contact our care team for more information.