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They found a malignant melanoma tumor about the size of a quarter in the vaginal opening.
Fewer people are dying from the most common cancer types, a new report from the leading U.S. cancer organizations says.
I was told by my gynecologist that it was only a clogged pore and nothing to worry about. This lump has steadily grown over the years but has caused no trouble.
I am a 42 y/o female. I have noticed a change in my labia.
Vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN), also called vulvar or vulval neoplasia, is a pre-cancer of the vulva, located in the top most layer of skin called the epidermis.
For some time now, I have been pointing out numerous facts regarding HPV and the vaccines which are available to potentially prevent six different cancers it is responsible for: ...
While men can develop breast cancer, it occurs more frequently in women.
When it comes to their sexual health, few women are told about possible changes in their intimate lives before they undergo treatments for gynecological and breast cancers.
Most people are unaware of The Gynecologic Cancer Education and Awareness Act of 2005 (H.R. 1245-3) otherwise known as “Johanna’s Act”.
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