Gynecologic cancer researchers and clinicians at the Jordan Center for Gynecologic Cancer at Penn are leading the way, in understanding the causes of gynecologic cancer, and in finding more effective forms of treatment.
Today there's more hope than ever for those who face gynecologic cancer. Our gynecologic cancer team has worked together for years caring for those who have gynecologic cancer or are at risk.
By putting our experience to work, we offer the best possible treatment outcomes.
If diagnosed with gynecologic cancer, or at increased risk for gynecologic cancer it’s important to have the best team of experts available.
Penn’s Gynecologic Cancer Program has individuals nationally recognized for their expertise. They can provide the information, care and support to help each step of the way.
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During her week at college orientation at Columbia University in late August 2008, Annalisa Meier, an outgoing, self-reliant teenager, first noticed that she wasn't feeling well. She began having vivid nightmares and experienced an onslaught of headaches. In her first regular class, September 2, 2008, her jaw began twitching uncontrollably. After class, Annalisa made her way back to her dorm room and called her Mother, Pilar. While on the phone with her Mother, Annalisa fell to the floor and lost consciousness. When Annalisa regained consciousness, she called Pilar again, who "talked her" across campus to the Columbia University's Medical Center.
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