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BY Pamela Soliman, M.D.

As a gynecologic oncologist, I see women with every type of cancer related to the female reproductive system, except breast cancer. I treat women with ovarian, uterine, cervical, and vulvar cancers. And I routinely perform surgery, prescribe chemotherapy and suggest clinical trials.

I decided to specialize in gynecologic oncology after figuring out what was really important to me in medical school. I realized one day that I didn...

Pamela Soliman, M.D.

BY Cynthia DeMarco

Each year, approximately 100,000 women are diagnosed with some form of gynecologic cancer: cervical, ovarian, fallopian tube, uterine (also...

BY Audrey Seykora

Cancer can feel very isolating. But it can help to connect with others who’ve been there.

We recently asked several patients and survivors...

BY Audrey Seykora

From relationship advice to what to pack for chemo, many of our survivors have shared what they've learned from their cancer experiences in 2015. 

Here's some of the best advice our survivors shared this past year:

20 ways to feel closer to loved ones during cancer treatment 
Whether you're a patient, caregiver, family member or friend of a cancer patient, your relationships often can help you make it through...

BY Clayton Boldt

Sexual problems are one of the most common long-term side effects that cancer patients face. In a survey of MD Anderson cancer patients, almost...

BY MD Anderson

Being a nurse is much more than just a job. At MD Anderson, our nurses provide care and compassion for our patients throughout their cancer...

BY Jami Mayberry

As part of my vulvar cancer treatment, I underwent five days of radiation therapy treatments for six weeks.

Going into it, I had...

BY Linda Ryan

As a cervical cancer survivor, I have spent considerable time and energy trying to protect my children from cancer. I didn't want them to...

BY Jami Mayberry

Wouldn't it be great if there were a cure for cancer? I am praying for that to happen in our lifetimes.

The only thing better than...

BY MD Anderson

A cancer diagnosis can feel lonely and overwhelming. But listening to the experiences of those who have been there before -- other cancer...