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University of Colorado Gynecologic Oncology

The University of Colorado Gynecologic Oncology is a cancer practice dedicated to treating, curing and providing a support for females with reproductive cancers. As the only National Comprehensive Cancer Network in the rocky mountain region, CU’s gynecologic oncology group provides patients with the highest level of expertise available delivered in compassionate and individualized care.

Meet Our Doctors

Numerous studies have shown that gynecologic cancer patients have better treatment outcomes and survival rates when they see a gynecologic oncologist, especially at the beginning of treatment.

We have a multidisciplinary team of women’s cancer specialists who are specialty trained in female reproductive cancers, and also backed by the expertise and vast resources of the University of Colorado Cancer Center.

Our doctors:

Latest News

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Specialized Team Saves Woman with Placenta Percreta and Her Baby

Dr. Guntupalli, surgeon with CU Gynecologic Oncology, and a special team performed a 10-hour surgery to save a mom with placenta percreta and her baby.
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New Book Sex and Cancer Gives Hope to Millions of Couples

Dr. Saketh Guntupalli and Maryann Karinch wrote Sex and Cancer as a resource for women whose sexual intimacy was affected by treatment for cancer.
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16-Year-Old Model Beats Stage IV Ovarian Cancer

Teen model Peyton Linafelter beat stage IV ovarian cancer at age 16. She is a University of Colorado Gynecologic Oncology patient of Dr. Guntupalli.
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Team "Teal We Find a Cure” Makes Strides Against Ovarian Cancer

CU Gynecologic Oncology is again participating in the Jodi's Race for Awareness 5k walk/run to promote early detection of ovarian cancer.
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Sexual Dysfunction Is Significant in Women After Chemotherapy

Sexual dysfunction was found to be significant in women going through chemotherapy treatment, based on Dr. Guntupalli's study with CU Gynecologic Oncology.

Locations

University of Colorado Cancer Center
Anschutz Cancer Pavilion, 1665 Aurora Court, Aurora, CO 80045

Lone Tree Health Center
9548 Park Meadows Drive, Lone Tree, CO 80124