Vaginal Cancer

General information about the vagina

The vagina is the female organ of sexual intercourse. It is a long, muscular, tube-like passageway extending from the cervix to the vulva. The vagina is also referred to as the birth canal.

What is vaginal cancer?

Vaginal cancer is an uncommon, malignant disease that begins in the thin, flat cells of the tissues lining the vagina. Vaginal cancer is commonly diagnosed in women 60 years of age and older but is highly curable if detected and treated in early stages.

Signs and symptoms of vaginal cancer


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