Vaginal Cancer FAQs
Learning you have vaginal cancer may leave you with many questions and fears about what comes next. From selecting the cancer center where you will receive treatment to deciding on the best treatments for you, there are many decisions you will face in the coming days. But, the good news is that you don’t have to face them alone.
Moffitt Cancer Center remains dedicated to educating patients on their conditions so that they can make informed decisions about their health. What’s more, some people have found that learning about vaginal cancer and the methods that are commonly used to treat this malignancy is helpful in relieving some of the initial anxiety that accompanies a cancer diagnosis. For this reason, we have collected articles that provide helpful information about vaginal cancer:
- What are the different types of vaginal cancer?
- How do you get tested for vaginal cancer?
- Can you remain sexually active with vaginal cancer?
- How common is vaginal cancer?
Those who would like to learn more about our approach to vaginal cancer treatment at Moffitt are encouraged to schedule a consultation for more information. Moffitt is a high-volume cancer center that sees a large number of vaginal cancer patients each year, giving our cancer experts an unparalleled level of experience in treating this malignancy. When it comes to achieving the best possible outcomes and an improved quality of life for our patients, this experience in invaluable.