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Cancer Prevention Project

Garden OB/GYN believes in taking a proactive approach in screening for all types of gynecological cancers, including overian and endometrial cancer. With this ideology in mind we created the Cancer Prevention Project. The Cancer prevention Project is when we reach out to our patients who have not visited the office for their annual visit in quite sometime to come in for their annual check-up plus a cancer screening. Anyone at any age can develop cancer so early detection is key in your fight against it. Last year, we diagnosed and saved over 100 patients due to this project, some patients were even as young as 25 years old. This year, we hope to continue catching these cancers early-on so our patients have a greater chance of beating it.

Cancer screenings are important for your health because they can detect the presence of precancerous and cancerous changes before you develop symptoms. Getting routine cancer screenings helps your doctor identify these changes at the earliest stage possible. After assessing your overall health and contributing risk factors, such as family history, your doctor at Garden OB/GYN will be able to determine when you need to start cancer screenings. 

A few of the gynecologic cancers we screen for are listed below:

Typical gynecological cancers do not show symptoms at an early stage and by the time symptoms are noticed, chances are the cancer is too advanced to cure. Be proactive about your health and schedule your annual well-women exam and cancer screening today! 

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