NEW JERSEY'S LEADER IN GYNECOLOGIC AND PELVIC SURGERY

WELCOME TO GYN CANCER & PELVIC SURGERY OF WEST ORANGE, NJ

Dr. Thad Denehy is a renowned gynecologic oncologist in West Orange, NJ who has extensive experience treating patients with gynecologic cancer and other complex gynecological conditions. Dr. Denehy takes the time to develop close relationships with his patients as he is directly involved in all aspects of his patients' care, including if needed surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and supportive services. This supportive relationship provides a superb, comprehensive approach and avoids many of the potential problems associated with fragmented care.

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Dr. Denehy has been named one of New Jersey Monthly's Top Doctors of 2018! Learn more about Dr. Denehy and find out why you should choose NJ Gyn Cancer & Pelvic Surgery.

 

 

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Millions of women experience changes to their vaginal health that, as a consequence, affect their personal lives. A simple, safe, and clinically proven laser therapy, MonaLisa Touch can help alleviate the painful side effects of menopause and boost intimacy in a short amount of time. MonaLisa Touch is a quick and painless therapy to help treat common vaginal discomforts including:

 

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