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  • September is Gynecologic Cancers Awareness Month

    Gynecologic cancers include malignancies of the female genital tract involving the vulva, vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes or ovaries. According to the American Cancer Society, 110,072 women in 2018 will be diagnosed with some form of gynecologic cancer. Cancers of the uterus, cervix and ovary are most common.
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    WHAT TO EXPECT
    Once a diagnosis of cancer has been made, you will probably talk with your primary care physician along with several cancer specialists, such as a surgeon, a medical oncologist and a radiation oncologist. You will want to ask these doctors about all your treatment options.
    SURVIVOR CIRCLE
    ASTRO established the Survivor Circle Award to honor cancer survivors in the cities where its Annual Meeting is held. This award recognizes local cancer survivors who give back to the community.
    QUESTIONS TO ASK
    YOUR DOCTOR
    Learn important questions to ask before, during and after your treatment, including questions on radiation safety.
  • IMPORTANT RESOURCES FOR GYNECOLOGIC CANCERS

    Visit this informative section of the website for more information on gynecologic cancers.
    Download the Radiation Therapy for Gynecologic Cancers brochure.
    Download the side effects chart for radiation therapy for gynecologic cancers.         
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