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The Battle is back

Preparations have begun for The Battle 2018 Friday 16 March - a beach volleyball competition raising funds for the women diagnosed with gynaecological cancers.

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Exercise can prevent cervical cancer

Physical inactivity has been associated with a higher risk of cervical cancer, as found in a U.S study.

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Should I be worried about late-onset menopause?

At what age do you expect menopause to occur? How does it affect your health and cancer risk?

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Lymphoedema following gynaecological cancer treatment

Lymphoedema is common after gynaecological cancers. Lymphoedema is the accumulation of excessive amounts of fluid resulting in swelling, most commonly in the arms or legs, but can also occur in...

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Hysterectomy and its impact on pelvic floor function

Last week at the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology Congress in Vienna I shared some exciting new research with some 3000 colleagues from all parts of the world on the...

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How well informed do women feel about hysterectomy options?

A new study helps us to understand how women form decisions about the surgical approach to hysterectomy.

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Reduced pregnancy rates among cancer survivors

Females who survive cancer are 38% less likely to fall pregnant, new research has revealed.

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CA125 self-tracking app

The Cherish Women’s Cancer Foundation has launched a revolutionary new smartphone app, which is set to make an impact on several thousand patients diagnosed with ovarian and uterine cancer.

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Fasting: how does it impact your health and disease risk?

Most of us would agree that losing body weight and maintaining it is a priority. Most of us also would agree that this is easier said than done.

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Weight loss surgery is associated with reduced risk of female cancers

New research findings published last month in Gynecologic Oncology found weight loss surgery reduces both the incidence of overall cancer in obese women, and also the risk for female-specific cancers,...

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