Uterine cancer: after breast cancer and colorectal tumors, it is the third in incidence among women, most of them diagnosed after menopause. Among the risk factors are included obesity, a late menopause or the absence of pregnancy.

Uterine cervical cancer: despite the existing vaccination, there are cases of this type of cancer due, above all, to infections by the papilloma virus, transmitted by sexual contact. The fulfillment of the campaigns of early diagnosis and the self-protection measures of each patient are fundamental in its prevention.

Ovarian cancer: in Spain, more than 3000 cases of ovarian cancer are detected annually. The signs and symptoms of the disease are very nonspecific, which means that in more than 70% of cases the diagnosis is made already in advanced stages