Anal Cancer Survivor and Actor Marcia Cross Says ‘Check Your Vulva’—Her Brave Campaign To Remove Shame From Cancer

Published Feb 16, 2021

Anal Cancer Survivor and Actor Marcia Cross Says ‘Check Your Vulva’—Her Brave Campaign To Remove Shame From Cancer

Marcia Cross stresses the importance of being able to talk about anal and vulvar cancers.

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