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Screening tests can help prevent the most common types of cancer in women. Even if you don’t have abnormal gynecologic symptoms, you still need to get a well-woman exam every year! Learn what questions to ask at your next appointment and what warning signs you should be looking for. Also, get the latest on the HPV vaccine.

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Cancer in Women

cancer in womenGynecologists Want You to Know!

Get the most out of your next appointment. Learn important questions that every woman should ask her gynecologist. Read more about questions for your next gynecologist visit


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HPV Vaccination: What Have We Learned?

Review what recent reports say about who’s getting it and what people think about this controversial vaccine. Read more about HPV vaccination


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Learn the 10 warning signs that should send you straight to your gynecologist. Read more about pelvic pain and gynecologic cancers