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ObGyn How high yield is cancer staging

Is it necessary to know staging of cancers (particularly gynaec cancers) for the exam? Would we be required to apply that anywhere? I noticed UW mentions cancers staging in the explanations for some questions, but not in much detail, hence wondering.
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I am in the same boat...

and I just cant get them inside my head :/
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if u want 280+, yes
if not, dont worry about it.
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No need to "cram" cancer staging.
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