Women's Health

If You Could Prevent Cancer, Would You?

A colonoscopy is the best way to prevent colon cancer. While other screening methods are available, a colonoscopy is the only one that allows your doctor to examine the entire colon for signs of cancer and remove pre-cancerous polyps in one procedure. Colon cancer is one of the most treatable forms of cancer when caught early. If you're over 50 or have a family history of cancer or experience frequent bathroom issues like diarrhea, constipation or blood in your stool, it's time to get screened.

Click to request a colonoscopy with a Virtua physician or call 1-833-822-6566.

You Just Found Out You Need a Hysterectomy. Now What?

It's important to know your risks, benefits and most importantly, your surgical options. Choosing one procedure over another is personalized to your needs and lifestyle.

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AI Beats Humans at Detecting Cervical Precancers

THURSDAY, Jan. 10, 2019 -- Many women in developing countries lack access to advanced screening for cervical cancer. But researchers say a new "AI" technique might help.

The technique relies on photos and computer artificial intelligence to identify changes that may lead to cervical cancer.

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