Gynae Cancers


There are 5 gynaecological cancers – womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal – but many of us are unaware these exist,
let alone how to spot them!

 

Each year in the UK, over 21,000 women are diagnosed with one of these gynaecological cancers. To put this into perspective, 58 people find this out every day and 21 of these people die a day from their gynaecological cancer.

 

This is a brief overview of the types of gyneacological cancers, please head over to Talk Peach or The Eve Appeal for more in-depth information!

smear tests

Smear Tests

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Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is the 6th most common cancer among ‘women’ after breast, bowel, womb, melanoma and lung cancer. Almost 7,500 people are diagnosed with ovarian...

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Vaginal Cancer

Vaginal Cancer

Vaginal cancer is quite rare with 250 people diagnosed a year in the UK. It is most common in over the age of 60 but it can...

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Womb Cancer

Womb Cancer

Womb cancer or Uterine/endometrial cancer as other countries may call it, is the 4th most common cancer for ‘women’ in the UK and it the most common gynaecological cancer...

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Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is the cancer of the cervix (the bit in between the vagina and the womb) and can affect anyone with a cervix at...

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vulval cancer

Vulval Cancer

Cancer of the vulva is a rare type of cancer and occurs on the vulva, not the vagina with just over 1,300 cases diagnosed in...

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