Caring for the Special Needs of Women with Gynecologic Cancer

Caring for the Special Needs of Women with Gynecologic Cancer

Patients benefit from a multidisciplinary approach to prevention, diagnosis, treatment and follow up. Quality of life for our patients and their families is a major focus of our efforts. Psychological, spiritual, and social services are an integral part of patient care. In addition, genetic counseling and screening are available. Considering all its attributes, The Colorado…

How to Spot the Signs of Vaginal Cancer

How to Spot the Signs of Vaginal Cancer

While not your standard topic for dinner time conversation, gynecological health is an important issue among women that is often brushed under the carpet and forgotten about – until it’s too late. Vaginal cancer is a very rare disease – just 250 cases are diagnosed in the UK each year – and is most commonly…

9 Signs of Cervical Cancer To Never Ignore

9 Signs of Cervical Cancer To Never Ignore

Typically, women don’t notice cervical cancer symptoms until an advanced stage. Recognizing cervical cancer symptoms may help detect it early, when it’s most treatable. 1) Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding The first noticeable system of cervical cancer is usually abnormal vaginal bleeding. This includes abnormal periods, bleeding between periods, after sexual intercourse, after menopause, and after a…

Uterine Cancer — Sources of Support

Uterine Cancer — Sources of Support

Learning that you have uterine cancer can change your life and the lives of those close to you. These changes can be hard to handle. It’s normal for you, your family, and your friends to need help coping with the feelings that a diagnosis of cancer can bring. Concerns about treatments and managing side effects,…

Study Shows Certain Foods May Drop Cancer Risk

Study Shows Certain Foods May Drop Cancer Risk

Next time you’re at a salad bar, you might want to load up on the eggs. Why? Scientists have discovered they can take your salad to the next level—and we’re not just talking about the taste factor. Mixing cooked eggs with raw vegetables increases carotenoid absorption by up to nine times the normal amount, according…