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Women's Cancer Care

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Gynecologic Oncology

For a woman and those who love her, a diagnosis of gynecologic cancer such as vaginal, uterine, or cervical cancer can be a frightening thing to manage. That’s where the oncology experts at McLaren and Karmanos Cancer Institute comes in. We’ll help you navigate through all the questions, risks, signs, symptoms, concerns, and treatment options for your unique gynecologic cancer diagnosis so that you can just concentrate on getting better.

Specializing In Cancer Care for women

McLaren, alongside our Karmanos Cancer Institute teams of cancer-battling champions, are specialists in treating cancer in women’s reproductive organs. We understand that not all cancers in women behave the same way in the body or are fought the same way. We also know that our patients are individuals with distinct needs that need to feel cared for by the very best. Whether you’re dealing with Cervical, Ovarian, Uterine, Endometrial, Vaginal, or Vulvar cancer, we understand the disease and the most effective strategies for fighting them.

Why choose Karmanos Cancer Institute?

Before we even begin treatment, the gynecologic oncology team at Karmanos Cancer Institute will review your case and perform a full evaluation to diagnose the exact type and stage of the cancer. Cancer, especially that of a female’s reproductive organs, can be challenging to treat so our team carefully weighs all the treatment options and will sometimes combine modalities such as radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and surgery.

At Karmanos Cancer Institute, we take women’s cancer care very seriously by utilizing advanced and individualized treatments and techniques combined with logical clinical experience and compassion.

Diagnosing women’s cancers and gynecological conditions

The gynecologic cancer team at Karmanos Cancer Institute are experts in the proper diagnosis of cancer in women. A full diagnostic evaluation will be performed which may include a pelvic examination, lab or imaging tests, and ultrasound to help achieve an accurate diagnosis.