What's in a name? Check out the Foundation for Women's Cancer

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The Gynecologic Cancer Foundation (GCF) has been doing a little spring cleaning as part of its 20th anniversary. (It was founded in 1991.) As of March 1, the foundation has a new name and is merging its four websites. All the content for the GCF, the Women's Cancer Network, the National Cervical Cancer Public Education Campaign and the National Race to End Women's Cancer will be consolidated and housed at the Foundation for Women's Cancer site. The change was made in order to help the foundation better engage supporters and professionals as well as patients, survivors and their support systems.If you're unfamiliar with these sites, they seek to promote public awareness about gynecologic cancers as well as inform women about gynecologic cancer and help them better understand the disease. Gynecologic cancers include ovarian, uterine, vaginal, vulvar, endometrial, fallopian tube, and cervical cancers.

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