Gynecological Cancer

Gynecological Cancer: Incidence, Risk Factors, Diagnosis, and Treatment Gynecological cancer includes any cancerous tumor involving the female reproductive organs. Cancer occurs when abnormal cell growth occurs, leading to rapid overgrowth of other abnormal cells. Sometimes this growth occurs spontaneously, and other times, various risk factors cause it. The following are the most common types of Gynecological Cancers: Uterine Cancer (Endometrial Cancer) Ovarian Cancer Cervical Cancer Vulvar Cancer Vaginal Cancer Fallopian Tube Cancer According to the American Cancer…

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A Thorough Guide to STI’s: Sexually Transmitted Infections

A Thorough Guide to Sexually Transmitted Infections An STI, or sexually transmitted infection, is an infection that has been contracted and spread from sexual contact. Previously, the term STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) has been used to describe such an infection; however, the term disease should be used to describe a complication of a sexually transmitted infection. A sexually transmitted disease is more severe than the initial infection. Both men and women are vulnerable to STIs, with the…

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