Gynecological Cancer Shared
Every seven minutes a woman is diagnosed with a gynecologic cancer. The University of Michigan Gynecologic Oncology Clinic located in the Rogel Cancer Center, is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of women with reproductive tract malignancies and pre-malignancies, including:
- cervical cancer
- gestational trophoblastic disease
- ovarian cancer
- tubal cancer
- uterine cancer
- vulvar cancer
Patients receive multidisciplinary comprehensive therapy coordinated within a single clinic, resulting in the delivery of cutting-edge clinical care. And we give special attention to providing you a caring and supportive environment with our subspecialty experts made up of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, geneticists, social workers and dietitians.
We also offer the latest chemotherapy research processes that use both investigational and approved medications for a wide range of gynecologic malignancies.
Our gynecologic oncology surgical services include a full range of gynecologic procedures, including:
- Fertility preservation surgery
- Minimally invasive laparoscopic oncology procedures
Outpatient services for evaluation and treatment of pre-invasive vulvar, vaginal and cervical diseases include colposcopy (a follow-up exam for an abnormal Pap smear), laser and loop electrosurgical excision (to test abnormal cervix tissue) procedures. Should you have abnormal Pap smears, dysplasia, vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia, cervical intraepithelial neoplasia or squamous intraepithelial lesion, carcinoma in situ, condyloma (genital warts) or human papilloma virus (HPV), you could be seen in our Colposcopy Clinic.
Choose the University of Michigan for treatment of gynecologic cancer. Make an Appointment or call our nurses at Cancer AnswerLine at 800-865-1125.