Cancer of the vulva is a rare tumor with the most recent cancer statistics reporting that approximately 6,000 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed in 2022, and around 1,500 people will die from it.

Although the exact cause of vulvar cancer is unknown, there are multiple factors that can increase the risk of it developing, including exposure to HPV, a history of vulvar skin conditions among other factors. Vulvar cancer is highly curable if detected early, so it is important for people to be aware of the signs of vulvar cancer and to be able to identify if something needs clinical attention.

Learn more about vulvar cancer, how to screen for it, prevent it and more on the Foundation’s website or with our printable guide.

Help us #MoveTheMessage, and share this information with your friends and family, and we can work together to give everyone the tools they need to prevent or overcome a diagnosis of vulvar cancer.