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The Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service
The Johns Hopkins Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service is a team of world-renowned surgeons, medical oncologists, researchers, and cancer experts who utilize the most innovative treatments and surgical approaches—including robotics and radical debulking procedures, sentinel lymph node mapping, intraperitoneal chemotherapy, clinical trials, and immunotherapy--to treat women diagnosed with a gynecologic cancer. Our team also specializes in helping women who are at high risk for developing breast or gynecologic cancer, and in the management of complex benign conditions, such as ovarian masses and cysts. We work closely with you and your loved ones to develop a personalized and comprehensive approach to cancer care that supports you on the journey to wellness and survivorship.
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Learn why our gynecologic cancer treatment program earns national recognition for patient satisfaction and quality of care.
Your Care Team
Meet the expert doctors, nurses and support staff of the Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service.
Conditions We Treat
Find out more about the reproductive tract cancers and benign gynecologic conditions we treat.
Research and Clinical Trials
Explore the latest research and innovations in safety and quality from our gynecologic oncology team.
Center for Rare Gynecologic Cancers
Learn about our state-of-the-art treatments, as well as our innovative research and clinical trials about uncommon tumor types.
Susan L. Burgert, M.D. Gynecologic Oncology Survivorship Program
Discover how we personalize survivorship care to address side effects of cancer treatment and promote wellness and quality of life of survivors.
Cervical Cancer | Ashley's Story
Ashley was diagnosed with a rare form of cervical cancer when she was 29 weeks pregnant with her first child. Watch and learn how experts at Johns Hopkins were able to save her life and the life of her unborn son.
Gynecologic Oncology in the News
Endometrial cancer is cancer of the uterus lining and typically affects women 60 and up. One in 35 women will contract it, and the specialists at Johns Hopkins believe high obesity rates in the U.S. are tied to the disease because women who are overweight produce more estrogen.
Md. Doctor Speaks About Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month
Stephanie L. Wethington, M.D. was interviewed by Baltimore's WJZ News about Gynecologic Cancer Awareness month.
Dr Anna Beavis Discusses Gender Differences in HPV Vaccination
Anna Beavis, M.D. discusses gaps in HPV converage and recommended interventions with AJMC TV.
Cytoreductive Surgery and Adjuvant Hormonal Therapy for Low Grade Serous Ovarian Carcinoma
PracticeUpdate interviews Stephanie L. Gaillard M.D., Ph.D. around treatment of low-grade serous ovarian cancer.
Surgery in Cervical Cancer
Amanda N. Fader, M.D. discusses cervical cancer, the fourth leading cause of cancer-related death in women worldwide for The New England Journal of Medicine.
The HPV vaccine: Why parents choose to refuse
Johns Hopkins University researchers found that parents are less concerned about the HPV vaccine's relation to sexual activity than they are about the perceived safety and necessity of the vaccine for both boys and girls.
New Protocols Protect Patients from Surgical Complications
Johns Hopkins gynecologic oncologists, led by Amanda Nickles Fader, are implementing novel ways to reduce surgical site infections, readmission rates, and other complications.
Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics’ HCAHPS Scores Among the Highest in the Nation
The HCAHPS (Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) survey is given each year at hospitals around the country to ensure patient satisfaction. We are proud to announce that the Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service and the Johns Hopkins Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics have HCAHPS scores ranking among the highest in the nation.
Below the Belt Stride and Thrive 5K and 1 Mile Run/Walk: Raise Awareness
Thank you to everyone who made the 3rd Annual Below the Belt Stride and Thrive Race a huge success. On May 20, 2018, over 1,000 runners, walkers, and volunteers participated to help raise awareness for gynecologic cancers and support cancer research.
We look forward to seeing you at next year's race on Sunday, June 9, 2019 at the Johns Hopkins Homewood Field.
Watch a recap of our inaugural 2016 race or learn more about the Susan L. Burgert, M.D. Gynecologic Oncology Survivorship Program.