Vaginal cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the vagina, which is also called the birth canal.
Vaginal cancer is rare, accounting for only about 2% of cancers affecting the female reproductive system. It is more common that cancer cells found in the vagina actually originated in a different tissue such as the cervix. There are two main types of primary vaginal cancer:
In squamous cell carcinoma, cancer cells grow from the surface layer of the vagina's...
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