At Roswell Park our multidisciplinary cervical cancer team includes some of the nation’s leading physicians, surgeons, and radiologists. Whether you are newly diagnosed, considering treatment options or seeking a second opinion, we work to establish a foundation of support you can depend on.
The Roswell Difference: Cancer is Our Only Focus
Roswell Park provides care for the whole person. While our surgical, medical and radiation oncologists treat the disease, our patients can also rely on a team of psychologists, social workers, dietitians and other professionals, who work together to provide a full spectrum of integrated care — all under one roof.
We know every patient is unique. That’s why we deliver the highest-quality care, with a treatment plan tailored specifically for you.
- About 13,170 new cases of invasive cervical cancer will be diagnosed.
- Approximately 4,250 women will die from cervical cancer.
- About 22,530 women will receive a new diagnosis of ovarian cancer.
- Approximately 13,980 women will die from ovarian cancer.
- Uterine cancer begins in the uterus, the pear-shaped organ in a woman’s pelvis where the baby grows when she is pregnant.
- About 61,880 new cases of cancer of the uterine corpus will be diagnosed. More than 90% of cases occur in the endometrium (lining of the uterus).
- About 12,160 women in the United States will die from cancer of the uterine corpus.
- Vaginal cancer is very rare. Only about 1 of every 1,100 women will develop vaginal cancer in her lifetime. The American Cancer Society’s estimates for vaginal cancer in the United States for 2019 are:
- About 5,350 new cases will be diagnosed.
- About 1,430 women will die of this cancer.
- In the United States, vulvar cancer accounts for nearly 6% of cancers of the female reproductive organs and 0.7% of all cancers in women. In the United States, women have a 1 in 333 chance of developing vulvar cancer at some point during their life.
- About 6,070 cancers of the vulva will be diagnosed
- About 1,280 women will die of this cancer.
- Additional types of gynecologic cancer exist, and include fallopian tube cancer and primary peritoneal cancer.