What should I do if I get a cancer diagnosis?

Finding out that you have cancer can be devastating for you as an individual and for your friends and family. The future can seem frightening and uncertain; however, many gynaecological cancers can be effectively treated.

At this difficult time, it helps to have an expert team of health professionals, who are dedicated to treating your cancer and supporting you as you recover.

The Department of Health advises that most women with gynaecological cancer should be managed by a sub-specialist team. This is backed up by the best evidence in medical literature, which shows that women with gynaecological cancer do better if managed by a gynaecological oncology accredited surgeon, compared to a general gynaecologist or a general surgeon.

Mr Thomas Ind is an experienced and accredited gynaecological oncology surgeon. He leads a sensitive and supportive team of professionals. Together they will educate you about your illness, operate on your cancer, help you through your surgery, and ensure you make a safe recovery.

If you’d like to learn more about gynaecological cancers and what we can do to treat them, get in touch with us.

How can Thomas Ind help?



Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is a cancer that begins in the ovaries which are the egg releasing and hormone producing organs of the female reproductive system


Cervical Cancer

Cervix cancer is a cancer where abnormal cells of the cervix reproduce uncontrollably to create tumours


Uterine Cancer

Endometrial cancer happens when abnormal (malignant) cells form in the lining of the endometrium


Vulva Cancer

Vulval cancer is when cancerous cells grow out of control on or in the vulva which is the outer area of the female genital tract