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Blog: Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month

Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month is recognised each year in September and is a perfect time to encourage women to learn more about gynaecological cancers, including early detection, signs and symptoms and support available to women diagnosed. Sadly, around 1085…

Gynaecological cancers

Gynaecological cancers involve the female reproductive organs. They occur when abnormal cells grow in an uncontrolled way. Types of gynaecological cancers: Gynaecological cancers are named after the organ or part of the body they first develop. Ovarian

gynaecological oncologist

A doctor who specialises in treating cancers of the female reproductive system.

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…the setting of gynaecological cancer – how research is informing us Anna Gordon, Coordinator, Cancer Support – Cancer Council Queensland support services for women and their loved ones https://youtu.be/XSYfvBwvmw4 Assessing distress in women with a gynaecological cancer 2018 Speakers: Dr…

oncologist

A doctor who uses drugs, including chemotherapy, to treat cancer. Also called medical oncologist….

News: Cancer Council takes on women’s cancers!

The statistics are compelling – around 10 women every day in Queensland receive the devastating news that they have breast or gynaecological cancer. About 4000 Queensland women will be diagnosed with a women’s cancer this year, and sadly more than…

News: Cervical cancer survivor opens up to help Queensland women

…against women’s cancers. “Breast and gynaecological cancers unfortunately touch everyone’s life in one form or another – one in six Queensland women will be diagnosed with a breast or gynaecological cancer in their lifetime,” Ms McMillan said. “We’re calling on…

News: Host a Girls’ Night In and support women affected by cancer

friends, while raising funds to support the one in six women who will be diagnosed with breast or a gynaecological cancer in their lifetime,” Ms McMillan said. “Breast and gynaecological cancers touch most people in one form or another –…

psycho-oncologist

A psychologist or psychiatrist who has special training and experience in the treatment of psychosocial aspects of cancer….

News: Host a Girls’ Night In and catch up, raise funds, and save lives

…women who will be diagnosed with a breast or gynaecological cancer in their lifetime. “Breast and gynaecological cancers touch most people in one form or another – directly or through the experience of someone they know. “By hosting a Girls’…