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Human Papillomavirus Virus
Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) causes cervical cancer and other genital cancers. Read this article to learn more about how this virus is transmitted and if you are at risk.
Cervical Cancer Prevention
Cervical cancer can be prevented. Fortunately we have the ability to offer primary and secondary prevention. Read this article to learn how you can save your life and the lives of your sisters, mothers, daughters and friends.
Cervical Cancer Screening
The institution of routine Pap test has reduced the incidence of cervical cancer by 50% over the past 3 decades but it still remains a problem. It is the second most common cancer in women worldwide. New screening test are now available which augments the pap. Read this article to learn more.
Understanding Cervical Cancer
Cervical cancer is caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). It is possible for the body to fight the infection but in some cases the infection persist leading to cancer over time. Read this article to learn how you can prevent this from happening to you.
Gynecologic Cancers and Celebrities
The recent death of Charlotte Brosnan from ovarian cancer and Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a bilateral mastectomy has highlighted the problems of breast and ovarian cancer. Read this article to learn more about hereditary cancers and how to prevent these cancers.
What Will I Die From?
What will I die from? Have you ever asked yourself this question? Most people choose not to think about it but we all have to die from something. Most of us hope and pray that it will be painless and much later. Giving some thought to this question could potentially save your life, earlier.
Vulvar Plaques and Patches
The vulvar skin can develop allergic reactions and autoimmune responses that cause unusual patches or plaques. The appearance and other associated symptoms can help determine the cause of the skin changes. This articles reviews the common causes of patches and plaques.
Vulvar growths can occur anywhere in the genital region. They can come form the skin surface, deep skin layers, and even the glands. These growths can be benign or cancerous. Read this article to learn how to determine the difference.
Understanding Vulvar Disorders
Vulvar disorders can result from a number of causes and is a common reason for gynecologic visits. Read this article to understand the symptoms of potentially serious problems.
Infertility affects approximately 15% of couples. The causes are many and older age is one major factor. With increasing life expectancy and more women pursuing careers, couples have delayed starting a family. Read this article to learn about the available methods to help couples conceive.
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