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Gynecologic Cancers

Gynecologic cancers most familiar to us are ovarian, cervical, endometrial, uterine, vaginal, vulvar, primary peritoneal, and fallopian tube, but there are others.

What to Do Now

Breathe. That’s the first step. And we’re here to help you with the next. The Coalition is made up of breast and gynecologic cancer survivors, supporters, a caring staff, and a passionate community.

You Are Not Alone

The Coalition has helped hundreds of women who have been diagnosed with gynecologic cancer. Our experience and knowledge has led us to create a space where you can come for support and education, to learn about issues impacting the gynecologic cancer community, and if desired, to participate in events and advocacy.

Next Steps

We offer the following programs for recently diagnosed individuals.

We also invite you to call our office directly at (585) 473-8177 and ask to speak with someone who can help you learn more about our diverse programs. Together we’ll take the next step.

We have learned that the experiences of both breast and gynecologic survivors have many similarities and, sometimes, similar treatments as well. Consideration of inviting gynecologic cancer survivors to participate in programs and services occurred when some of our most active breast cancer program participants experienced a diagnosis of both types of cancer.

The Coalition welcomes survivors from those newly diagnosed, to those who have many years behind them to those experiencing a recurrent or advanced disease.

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