CIH follows the American Cancer Society’s recommendations for cancer screening, and suggests the following screening guidelines for early detection and prevention of gynecologic cancers.

Screening Guidelines for the Early Detection of Gynecologic Cancers

CIH is committed to the screening and early detection of all gynecologic cancers. Screening tests are used to look for disease before you exhibit any symptoms, and are effective when they detect disease early, leading to more effective treatment and positive outcomes. City International Hospital (CIH) follows the American Cancer Society’s recommendations for cancer screening, and suggests the following screening guidelines for early detection and prevention of gynecologic cancers:

  • Cervical cancer 

Regular testing for cervical cancer should begin at age 21 for cervical cancer prevention. If you are between the ages of 21 and 29, you should have a screening test every three years. Between the ages of 30 and 65, you should have a screening test every five years. If you are over the age of 65 with normal cervical cancer test results, you should no longer be tested. Women over the age of 65 with a history of cervical pre-cancer should continue to be tested for at least 20 years.

  • Uterine cancer

The American Cancer Society recommends that at the time of menopause, all women should be told about the risks and symptoms of endometrial cancer, which may include abnormal vaginal bleeding or discharge, or pelvic pain and pressure. Some women, due to their history, may need to consider having a yearly endometrial biopsy.

  • Ovarian cancer

There are not currently any screening tests available for ovarian cancer. Doctors often perform a pelvic exam, which includes checking the ovaries, but this exam does not generally detect ovarian cysts unless they are very large. Doctors rely on the common symptoms of bloating, abdominal pain and change in urinary symptoms to guide them in the detection of ovarian cancer. If you believe you are at risk for ovarian cancer, Loyola offers a cancer risk assessment program, which provides detailed risk assessments for patients with a susceptibility to ovarian cancer.

  • Vaginal and vulvar cancer

Currently, there are no screening tests available for vaginal and vulvar cancer. The best way for you to know if you might have these cancer types is to get regular check-ups and notify your doctor if you have any signs or symptoms. Your doctor may perform a pelvic exam to look for lumps or changes in your vagina or changes in the skin of your vulva.

Each specific type of gynecologic cancer has its own unique set of risk factors, and there is no way to know who will get gynecologic cancer. Doctors at Loyola are committed to working with you to understand your specific family and medical history and symptoms to develop a screening program specific to your needs.

 Power to women to conquer cancer

Breast and cervical cancer lead to thousands of premature deaths among women across the world. While breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among women, cervical cancer is the second most prevalent one. Both these diseases are likely to occur with the onset of adulthood.

 Early detection of cancer ensures life-long happiness by dramatically increasing the survival rate. Cancer can be detected by screening. Early detection can lead to successful survival.

 We have designed special screening packages to help you detect the disease early

Dr. Nguyen Thi Cuc, II, MD Obstetrician-Gynecologist during consultation.

Female Cancer Screening Packages


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Healthy is Beautiful | Breast Cancer Awareness Seminar

City International Hospital invites you to join us and request you to join hands in spreading about Breast Cancer.

Breast cancer is major problem being faced by thousands of women across the world. Once detected, it is generally difficult to be controlled and stopped from spreading to further stages, primarily because of its late detection. There is a need to generate awareness among women about this deadly disease. Breast cancer is an increasingly common disease that is easily detectable, potentially curable but lethal if left ignored till late.

Event details 

  • Date & Time: 19 October 2019 @ 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • Location: Main Lobby, Level 1 - Hospital Building; City International Hospital, No. 3, 17A Street, Binh Tri Dong B Ward, Binh Tan Dist. (Next to AEON Mall Binh Tan). Ho Chi Minh City.

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Event benefits

  • Update the latest breast cancer prevention and treatment methods, mind and body balancing methods. One on One Consultation with CIH expert Tran Vuong Thao Nghi – Oncologist, City International Hospital.
  • Offering emergency guide-book to take home, prepared by CIH medical experts.
  • Lucky draw program for a free Breast cancer screening package.
  • Discounts for gynecological cancer screening packages, duration: 15 October - November 15, 2019

 City International Hospital

  • Operator: (8428) 6280 3333, ext. 0
  • Address: Level 3, No. 3, 17A Street, Binh Tri Dong B Ward, Binh Tan Dist. (Next to AEON Mall Binh Tan). Ho Chi Minh City.
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