During my training as a gynaecological oncologist, I was taught to keep in mind that there are always several ways to treat a medical condition.
Sometimes I get asked from patients why it would be possible to develop gynaecological cancer if “nothing is down there anymore”.
Recovery after surgery may differ individually but also depending on if you had a laparoscopic or abdominal (open) surgery.
A hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus that some 30,000 Australian women require every year for abnormal bleeding, pain or cancer of the uterus.
There are many myths about endometriosis that make it hard for people to know what’s true and what’s a myth about this disease.
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...
A new study helps us to understand how women form decisions about the surgical approach to hysterectomy.