Here is a fact check of the seven most common myths people have about gynaecological cancer
When a cancer returns after initial treatment, this is called a recurrence. Cancers that are diagnosed at a more advanced stage are more likely to recur, regardless of the type...
A rare cancer is one that is diagnosed in less than 6 in 100,000 Australians per year.
If I have been diagnosed with gynaecological cancer, should I or my family members obtain genetic testing?
A clinical trial is a formal assessment in which patients, doctors and researchers come together to find better ways to prevent, diagnose or treat a medical condition.
If you are diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer, it is important to have all the information you require to make informed treatment decisions.
Gynaecological cancer clinical trials address the concern that for some types of treatment the evidence to support those treatments is weak.
Apart from screening for cervical cancer, there are no other screening tests for other gynaecological cancers.
A gynaecological cancer diagnosis is difficult for most people and can have a substantial impact on your mental health and wellbeing. Talking openly about cancer is very helpful.
We know from years of research that physical activity is important during and after treatment for gynaecological cancer patients because physical activity has been suggested to reduce a number of...
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