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Expert Care for Vulvar Cancer
Minimally invasive surgical techniques and innovative treatment options for vulvar cancer.
Less than one percent of women will be diagnosed with vulvar cancer. While rare, vulvar cancer is very treatable, but can be difficult for women and families to talk about.
You deserve a care team that understands what you’re going through. At Henry Ford Cancer, you’ll find a team of specialists who will make your experience as comfortable as possible.
Our team carefully evaluates all aspects of your diagnosis, to create a treatment plan tailored to your unique needs. Our surgeons use the most advanced and minimally invasive surgical options whenever possible to promote healing and shorten your recovery time.
You’ll also have a dedicated cancer nurse navigator to support you so you know what to expect throughout your care and assist with appointment scheduling.
Advanced treatment options for vulvar cancer
We offer the most advanced treatment options and innovative surgical techniques for vulvar cancer. Our experts will design a personalized treatment plan that will offer you the best possible care and outcome. Your treatment plan will be based on your cancer diagnosis, your unique health needs, and your concerns. It may consist of the following:
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Radiation therapy
- Clinical trials, including research studies for new drugs, technology, and clinical approaches to treat vulvar cancer
Your vulvar cancer team
To tailor your treatment to your unique diagnosis and needs, we fight vulvar cancer using the expertise of a multidisciplinary team approach. Members on you team will include:
- Gynecologic oncologists
- Radiation oncologists
- Nurse navigators
- Social workers
As personal and medical needs arise, our team will be there for you.
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