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“Reducing the risk of cancer can be achieved through healthy living and many prevention initiatives (WHO 2014).”

Whenever cancer is suspected the healthcare team will discuss with you the series of tests that will need to be done. This is known as diagnostic testing.

The treatment of breast, ovarian, cervical and uterine cancers involves many different health care providers. Most treatments subject women to a high degree of physical and psychological strain.

Cancer can be difficult to understand and coping can be stressful. This is a vulnerable time for most women. It can help to talk to someone you can trust to give you current, reliable information. You may want to gain a better understanding of your cancer treatment and side effects.

Learning to live with cancer is not something that you should have to do alone.