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Janet Wagner: Cervical Cancer Survivor
Stage I cancer of the cervix is commonly detected from an abnormal Pap smear or pelvic examination.
Michelle Whitlock discusses cervical cancer treatment and fertility options
A hysterectomy is a common surgical treatment of early stage cancer and precancerous disease of the cervix in women.
Radiation therapy, or radiotherapy, is a common way to treat cervical cancer.
Treatment for recurrent cervical cancer may include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy or precision cancer medicines.
Treatment of stage IV cervical cancer may include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy or precision cancer medicines.
Treatment of stage II cervical cancer may include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy or precision cancer medicines.
Treatment of stage I cervical cancer may include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy or precision cancer medicines.
Treatment of stage 0 cervical cancer typically includes some type of surgery.
Avastin Improves Outcomes for Women with Advanced Cervical Cancer
HPV infection is a main cause of cervical cancer. Learn how to prevent infection and screen for early detection.
HPV Testing Found to Be More Effective Than Pap Smears in Evaluating Cervical Cancer Risk
Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines Updated
Many women who are uninsured or underinsured may not have access to preventive health screenings.
Cervical Cancer Survivors Face Long-term Risk of Second Cancers.
Study Tracks Global Trends in Breast and Cervical Cancer
HPV Testing Detects Greater Number of Cervical Abnormalities
Sentinel Node Biopsy Is a Minimally-invasive, Effective Method for Determining Spread of Cervical Cancer
How Common is Cervical Cancer?
Many Physicians Fail to Adhere to New Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines
Voices Carry: Help Spread Awareness for Cervical Cancer
Repeated HPV Tests Provide Information about Cervical Cancer Risk
Thin Prep Pap Test More Effective in Detecting Cervical Cancer
Study Explores Risk of Cervical Abnormalities in Older Women.
Pap Test Improves Cervical Cancer Outcomes
HPV Testing Can Predict Risk of Cervical Cancer for Up to 18 Years
A test for high-risk types of human papillomavirus (HPV) is better than the Pap test at detecting cervical cancer.
HPV in Lymph Nodes and Cervical Cancer Spread to Lymph Nodes Have Same Outcomes
Cervical cancer accounts for 6% of all cancers in women.
IUDs May Reduce Risk of Cervical Cancer
ACOG Updates Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines
Gemzar® Added to Chemoradiation Improves Survival in Locally Advanced Cervical Cancer.
Expanded Indications for Fertility-preserving Surgery for Early Cervical Cancer
Increased Risk of Cervical Cancer with Oral Contraceptive Use
Avastin® Shows Promise in Treatment of Cervical Cancer
PET Scans May Prove Useful for Predicting Cervical Cancer Outcome
Cervarix™ Protection May Extend to Older Women.
CIN Associated with Risk of Invasive Cervical Cancer