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Cervical Cancer

Top Treatment Options For Cervical Cancer In India

The spread of cancer varies from person to person. It is challenging to predict what a cervical cancer suffering woman should expect for the future. The chances of getting cured in the early stages of cervical cancer are pretty high and impressive. While talking about this cancer's various treatments, it is essential to remember that the numbers are mere averages. They do not precisely predict how the treatment for cervical cancer will plan out for the patient. The su... Read More

What are the Diagnostic Tests and Treatment Options Available for Cervical Cancer?

Cervical cancer is one such type of cancer that develops in females. When the cells in the cervix of a woman change, this type of cancer may happen. As the cervix connects to the vagina and uterus, cancer in advanced forms may spread from the cervix to these and many other body parts. Even the lungs, liver, rectum and bladder may get serious problems. Based on my personal experience with an aunt having cervical cancer, pre... Read More

Recent Updates in Management of Cervical Cancer

Radical Hysterectomy Specimen OVERVIEW Cervical cancer is the second most common cause of cancer in women in developing countries and the third most common cause of cancer mortality. Persistent infection with high risk Human papilloma virus (HPV) is responsible for 99.7% cases of cervical cancer with HPV 16 and 18 accounting for 70% cases. The disease is characterized by a long preinvasive phase lasting fo... Read More

Signs and Symptoms of Cervical Cancer

  The cervix is female body part extending from the uterus to the vagina. At times, the genes in the cervix cells loose the ability to control cell reproduction usually due to the invasion of Human Papilloma Virus. The result is production of more cells than required, leading to formation of malignant tumors. Known as cervical cancer, the condition is phased out into various stages, each marked by the growth, movement and spread of cancerou... Read More

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