CU Gynecologic Oncology’s Dr. Saketh Guntupalli discusses the patient that inspired him to write the groundbreaking cancer book “Sex and Cancer.”
Women’s Cancer Blog
Dr. Corr shares common symptoms to look out for in gynecologic cancers. Knowing the symptoms can lead to earlier detection and improve the chances of survival.
Dr. Bradley Corr discusses this hot topic in gynecologic cancer research and the challenges that come along with it. Learn more about immunotherapy and the treatment success it may bring over the next 5-10 years.
In this video blog, Dr. Carolyn Lefkowits explains the benefits of palliative care for cancer patients. Learn how a dedicated team can help you manage the side effects, symptoms and emotional weight of cancer treatment.
Dr. Jaime Arruda discusses the current state and the future of genetic testing. Learn more about what ethical dilemmas she thinks we will have to hurdle to manage this new technology.
Women at higher risk for breast cancer – and up to 1 in 10 women are – are also at a heightened risk for ovarian cancer. So while many women are very much aware of their breast cancer risk, they should also see a gynecologic oncologist for a simultaneous breast/ovarian cancer exam.
Dr. Jaime Arruda notes that despite proof specialists in gynecologic cancers have better outcomes, most women with ovarian cancer receive inadequate care from less qualified providers.
Dr. Jaime Arruda, gynecologist and advanced pelvic surgeon at the University of Colorado explores one of the most debated topics in women’s health: the link between birth control and risks for breast cancer and ovarian cancer.
Dr. Behbakht discusses cancer treatment at CU’s Gynecologic Oncology center. Learn about our state-of-the-art chemotherapy, radiation & surgical options for women’s cancers.