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Topic: cancer diagnosis

Womb cancer, also referred to as uterine or endometrial cancer, is a type of gynaecological cancer that can affect anyone with a womb, including women and some trans men. You cannot develop cancer of the womb if you’ve had a hysterectomy - a surgical procedure to remove the womb. read more about Common questions about womb cancer
Gynaecological cancer is a term used to describe a cancer found in one of the female gynaecological organs. These types of cancers can affect women and some trans men that still have their gynaecological organs intact, and have a range of symptoms. read more about Different gynaecological cancers and their symptoms
Gynaecological cancer is cancer that affects one of the female gynaecological organs - either the womb, cervix, ovaries, vagina or vulva. read more about What happens if you think you have gynaecological cancer?