Unlike breast cancer, cervical cancer may not be a female disease you hear about every day. However, both cervical cancer and the virus that causes most cases of cervical cancer—HPV—are prevalent and worth every woman's attention. READ MORE
The HPV vaccine is ideally given to boys and girls at age 11 or 12, but it’s approved for adults up to age 45. If you haven’t had it, here’s how you can talk to your HCP about whether you should get it.
Conversación sobre la salud: Preguntas que deberías hacer a tu HCP [Proveedor de servicios médicos] sobre el cáncer endometrial
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Delayed diagnoses, more aggressive tumor types and other healthcare disparities place Black women at a greater risk of dying from endometrial cancer compared to white women
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