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Cancer therapy lexicon

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A (3) B (7) C (12) E (2) G (1) H (2) I (4) L (4) M (5) N (2) O (7) P (13) Q (1) R (11) S (6) T (6) U (1) V (2) W (2) X (1)

V

Vaginal cancer is one of the rarest forms of gynecologic cancers. Vaginal cancer begins in the vagina, the muscular tube, also called the birth canal, that connects the outer genitalia to the uterus. Most of these cancers are in the lining (squamous epthelilum) of the vagina.
Vulvar cancer
Vulvar cancer is a rare, abnormal growth on the external female genitalia. Vulvar cancer is primary related to the human papilloma virus (HPV). The vulva includes the inner and outer lips of the vagina, the clitoris, the opening of the vagina and its glands.