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What kind of support is available for women with vaginal cancer?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

If your illness is causing anxiety or depression, or you just need to talk with someone about your feelings, you might contact your doctor first. Doctors might be able to recommend a psychologist or social worker. Many people who've been diagnosed with cancer have found help in cancer support groups. You can check for groups in your area by contacting the American Cancer Society, or check online for other resources.

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