GYN Malignancies

This year more than 105,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with a gynecologic (GYN) cancer.*

  • Endometrial/Uterine Cancer
  • Ovarian Cancer
  • Cervical Cancer

These cancers start in a woman’s reproductive tract. Their symptoms – bloating, pelvic pain, bleeding, and feeling full quickly – can resemble other illnesses such as gastrointestinal issues, menopause, stress or other familiar problems. Incorrect diagnoses take away precious moments for a patient to get treatment, and time is especially important for patients with gynecologic cancers.

Screening & Diagnostics

Early detection is especially important to ensure the most effective treatment for GYN cancer. You can help protect yourself by knowing your body and recognizing symptoms early.


Atlanta Cancer Care leads the way in groundbreaking procedures for GYN cancer. Surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy remain the three traditional treatment options for women with cancer. However, new and improved treatments and technologies offer women better hope for a cure.

*American Cancer Society Cancer Statistic Center

The following Atlanta Cancer Care physicians specialize in GYN Malignancies: