While research and treatment of gynecologic cancer is a major priority for our team, we also believe that prevention and early detection of gynecologic cancers are an important component of our mission.
The following programs and papers describe our commitment to decreasing the number of women diagnosed with gynecologic cancers and increasing the number of these cancers detected in the earliest, most treatable stages.
- Breast Cancer Survivor Care Team - a program designed to meet the gynecologic needs of breast cancer survivors
- Johns Hopkins Center for Cervical Dysplasia
- Addressing the needs of Long-term Survivors - from the February 2001 issue of Artemis, the Breast Cancer Medical Journal
- W.A.R.M. - Cancer Prevention for Women at Risk of Developing a Gynecologic Malignancy
- Optimizing Post-menopausal Health in the Woman who Shouldn't or Won't take Hormone Replacement
- The Risk of Developing Gynecologic Cancer for Survivors of Breast Cancer
- Cervical Cancer: Access to Screening