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    Gynecologic Cancer Program

    Each year in the United States more than 80,000 women learn they have gynecologic cancer—cancer that starts within a woman’s reproductive system—according to the National Cancer Institute. While endometrial cancer is the most common, ovarian and cervical cancer also contribute to many new diagnoses.

    Gynecological Cancer Care and Research at Sutter Health CPMC

    Gynecologic Cancer Services
    At Sutter Health CPMC we offer comprehensive care for gynecologic cancer that includes clinical research to deliver the latest medical treatments, and innovations such as robotic-assisted surgery. Our gynecologic oncology doctors provide treatment for:

    • Cervical Cancer
    • Endometrial / Uterine Cancer
    • Ovarian Cancer
    • Vaginal Cancer
    • Vulvar Cancer
    Supportive Services for Cancer
    Women who undergo gynecologic cancer care at CPMC benefit not only from leading-edge research and treatment, but also from supportive care services. Our Women’s Health Resource Center provides women a location to obtain current health information and resources for health and well-being through classes, individual health consultations and support groups, including our Ovarian and Reproductive Cancer Recovery Program.

    Cancer Genetic Risk Assessment and Counseling
    Our board-certified genetic counselor can evaluate your personal and family medical history to determine if any cancer genetic testing is appropriate. The counselor can also discuss medical recommendations and options that patients or relatives can take to help reduce the chance of developing cancer, or help detect cancer at an earlier stage.

    Clinical Trials and Research
    Our doctors are actively involved in clinical research to uncover new therapies for gynecologic cancer through the California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute (CPMCRI). CPMCRI offers clinical, basic science, and translational cancer research. We offer many gynecologic cancer clinical trials that test new treatment approaches, such as new therapies or drugs.