Suspicious or unexplained changes in the vulva should be biopsied. Other tests also may be performed based upon your examination. If vulvar cancer is suspected or diagnosed, you should seek treatment from a gynecologic oncologist.
After surviving cancer, women look for a community of support and guidance. In a video produced by the Society of Gynecologic Oncology, survivors share how they live and thrive after endometrial cancer. As described by one survivor, “You can get better.”
September is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month. After creating the month in 1999, the Foundation strives to bring attention about these cancers through public awareness campaigns.