Ask your doctor about uterine cancer when things are not right “down there”

At Causenta, our hope is that teaching women about the dangers of endometrial cancer, also called uterine cancer, will help them reduce their risk.

It’s easy to overlook early signs of ovarian cancer. Learn what to watch for now!

Did you know ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cause of cancer death among women? Despite being fairly uncommon, ovarian cancer is considered incredibly deadly.

Lung cancer is a top cause of cancer death in the U.S. Are you at risk?

Lung cancer is classified as either small cell lung cancer or non-small cell lung cancer. In most cases, small cell lung cancer is linked to smoking. However, it can also be a byproduct of being exposed to secondhand smoke as well.

Aching bones? Don’t be afraid to ask your doctor to rule out bone cancer if pain persists!

Bone cancer most commonly affects the long leg and arm bones or the pelvis, but it can start in any bone. It’s one of the rarer types of cancer.

What You Should Know About Anal Cancer

Anal cancer is cancer that develops in the tissues of the anus, the tube-like last part of the digestive tract through which solid waste exits the body.

Urethral Cancer: Ask Doctor Tom with Doctor Thomas Incledon

This cancer affects the tissues in of the urethra, the tube that brings urine from the #bladder to the outside of the body. There are three primary kinds of urethral cancer, including squamous cell carcinoma, transitional cell carcinoma, and adenocarcinoma.

Thyroid Cancer: Ask Doctor Tom

Did you know that Thyroid Cancer is on a steady rise in the United States? Do YOU know where your Thyroid is located? Do you know what it controls?

Spinal Cancer: Ask Doctor Tom with Doctor Thomas Incledon

Spinal Cancer affects the vertebrae of the spinal cord and it forms tumors that can lead to difficulty of walking, numbness, or even paralysis.

Vaginal and Vulva Cancer: Ask Doctor Tom with Doctor Thomas Incledon

Vaginal cancer is a rare female cancer that occurs in the cells that line the vaginal surface, which is also known as the birth canal. Squamous cell carcinoma, adenocarcinoma, melanoma, and #sarcoma are all types of vaginal cancer.

Ovarian Cancer: Ask Doctor Tom with Doctor Thomas Incledon

Ovarian cancer usually goes unnoticed until it has spread into the abdomen and pelvis, which makes it harder to treat and many times deadly. Ovarian cancer types include germ cell tumors, stromal tumors, and epithelial tumors.