There are many different types of gynecological cancer, which means that a pathologist’s precise identification of the tumor is vitally important. In this video Natalia Buza, MD, a Yale Medicine pathologist who specializes in diagnosing gynecological cancers, describes what’s involved in studying and making a diagnosis that will shape each woman’s treatment.
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Gynecologic Cancer Care, Oviduct Cancer, Cancer of the Labium, Cancer of the Vagina, Fallopian Tube Cancer, Primary Peritoneal Cancer
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