Videos About Gynecologic Cancers
The list below shows videos about gynecologic cancers that have been posted on CDC’s YouTube channel.
Television Public Service Announcements
These public service announcements (PSAs) were developed by the Inside Knowledge campaign for organizations and individuals to share with local media. They educate women about the five main types of gynecologic cancer: cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal, and vulvar. To request video files, please contact CDC-INFO.
Ana R. overcame cervical cancer. Watch her inspiring story. A shorter version is also available.
Learn about Linda’s inspiring journey. A shorter version is also available.
This animated public service announcement discusses the importance of knowing the signs and symptoms of gynecologic cancer. A shorter version is also available.
This short animated video encourages women to learn the symptoms of gynecologic cancers.
This short animated video reminds women that getting screened for cervical cancer helps prevent the disease.
This short animated video informs women that ovarian cancer has warning signs; know the symptoms, listen to your body, and see a doctor if you notice anything unusual.
This short animated video informs women about uterine cancer symptoms; recognizing symptoms helps find this cancer early, when treatment works best.
In this public service announcement, actress Cote de Pablo discusses her cervical cancer scare and shares advice for other women. Other versions available: 60 seconds version B and 30 seconds.
Actress Cote de Pablo, behind the scenes at a video shoot for CDC’s Inside Knowledge: Get the Facts About Gynecologic Cancer campaign. A shorter version is also available.
This session of Public Health Grand Rounds describes advances in screening and vaccination efforts and what can be done by communities across the country.
Dr. Phoebe Thorpe and Dr. Francisco Garcia discuss successes of community-based cervical cancer prevention.
A cervical cancer survivor shares that her personal experience makes her dedicated to protecting her own children from HPV-related cancers.