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Vaginal Cancer

About Your Care and Condition

We know a diagnosis of vaginal cancer can be hard. Let our gynecological cancer experts at Spectrum Health Cancer Center help. As a team, let's work together to create a customized treatment plan designed especially for you.

Vaginal cancer is rare, with only about 4,000 U.S. cases a year. A PAP smear (test for cervical cancer) detects vaginal cancer. A gynecological exam can also show abnormalities in the vagina, but there may be no symptoms at all. Pain during intercourse, abnormal bleeding or a lump in the vagina may occur. With early detection, it is highly treatable.