Vulva Cancer

Vulva Cancer

What are the symptoms?

Vulval cancer refers to cancers developing in the external sex organs (vulva). These include the labia minora and the labia majora as well as the clitoris and bartholin’s glands.

Primarily a cancer that affects older women it is rare in those under 50 who have not undergone menopause.

The main method of treatment is by surgery to remove cancerous tissue from both the vulva and any associated lymph nodes. Often both chemotherapy and radiotherapy are also required.

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.

How can it be treated?



Cervical Cancer

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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


Uterine Cancer

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