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The most common symptoms of cancer of the vulva are:
Any of these symptoms can occur due to conditions other than cancer, but it’s always important to get your doctor to check them.
Cancer of the vulva can take many years to develop. It usually starts with precancerous cells that change slowly over several years into cancerous cells. As with other cancers, it’s easier to treat and cure if it’s diagnosed at an early stage|.
Content last reviewed: 1 December 2011
Next planned review: 2013
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