Understanding gyn
cancers

Ovarian cancer

The most frequent gynecological cancer, sometimes genetic, with the highest rate of incidence in Europe.

Uterine (endometrial) cancer

The second most frequent gynecological cancer with very good survival rates if diagnosed early. Some symptoms such as menstrual pain may seem benign but are not. Don't overlook early symptoms!

Cervical cancer

Cervical cancer is one of the rare preventable cancers! Want to know more about the available vaccines and tests? Check out our resources!

Vulvar cancer

A relatively rare cancer with an increasing trend in the younger population due to HPV infection and smoking. 

Vaginal cancer

The rarest of all gynecologic cancers but with an increasing trend in the younger population. Almost 100% survival rate if detected early!