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By Lizzie Parry for MailOnline. A generation of women risk dying of embarrassment, because they are ignoring the symptoms of gynaecological cancers, experts today warned. A survey by the charity, The Eve Appeal, reveals one in five women believe the five cancers - womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal cancers - are linked to sexual promiscuity. The research shows 40 per cent of women felt there was a greater stigma around gynaecological cancers than other forms of the disease. And it is this stigma, which the charity warns, is putting women off speaking to their GPs about symptoms of the diseases.