Cervical Cancer Basics
Cervical cancer was once one of the most common cancers in women, but better screening for pre-cancerous conditions prevents many cases today. Most cases of cervical cancer originate with HPV, the human papilloma virus, which is transmitted sexually. Today, with vaccines available to protect against HPV, prevention is even more effective.Learn More
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The number of women who are estimated to die from cervical cancer in 2014.
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Cervical Cancer Q&As
What are the stages of cervical cancer?
The following stages are used for cervical cancer:
- Q Are there different types of cervical cancer?
- Q Is cervical cancer the same as uterine sarcoma?
- Q What happens after cervical cancer is diagnosed?
- Q What cervical cancer risk factors can I control?
- Q What cervical cancer risk factors can't I control?
- Q How often should I be screened for cervical cancer?
- Q What are the stages of cervical cancer?
- Q What questions should I ask my doctor about cervical cancer?
- Q Is cervical cancer a common version of gynecologic cancer?
- Q What is cervical cancer?
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