Why is the diagnosis of women’s cancer often delayed?

Gynaecological cancers are relatively common – ovarian, cervical and uterine cancers together make up about 20,000 cases each year, with approximately 7,400 deaths, in the United Kingdom. Aberdeen researchers examined why survival rates for gynaecological cancer are lower in the UK than other Western European countries. University of Aberdeen, 15/1/19
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