While all women are at risk of developing vaginal cancer, it is very uncommon—it is the least common of all gynaecological cancers in Australia, with about 100 women diagnosed each year.
The Queensland Centre for Gynaecological Cancer Research (QCGC Research) is a research centre that I founded in 2002 and which is located at The University of Queensland’s Centre for Clinical Research.
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