September is Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month
In the UK approximately 19,500 women a year are diagnosed with Gynaecological cancer.
Symptoms of Gynaecological cancer can be very similar to symptoms of other common conditions, so it is important to visit your GP for a check if you begin to experience them regularly. You can find information on the signs and symptoms of Gynaecological cancer, as well as other advice on treatment and support on- MacMillian Health Professionals
Also check our MacMillians Online Community which brings together people affected by cancer to share information and support.
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