The road less travelled: Australian women's experiences with vulval cancer.

@article{Philp2017TheRL,
  title={The road less travelled: Australian women's experiences with vulval cancer.},
  author={Shannon Philp and A Mellon and Catherine Barnett and Natalie K D'Abrew and Kate White},
  journal={European journal of cancer care},
  year={2017},
  volume={26 1}
}
Despite advances in surgical treatments and the availability of more conservative treatment options, women treated for vulval cancer still experience significant complications such as urinary incontinence, lymphoedema, pruritus, sexual and intimacy issues. These issues can profoundly impact a woman's quality of life. The subjective experience of women diagnosed and treated for vulval cancer in the literature is limited, possibly due to its comparable rarity to other gynaecological and female… CONTINUE READING
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