Cervical Cancer

At one time, cervical cancer was the leading cause of death in women. Because more women are now getting regular pap smears the fatality rate has lowered significantly. Catching precancerous cells early allows for successful treatment of the disease. One cause of cervical cancer is an HPV infection, which can be prevented by a vaccine. Learn more about the causes, risk factors, symptoms and treatment of cervical cancer.

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  • A Guide to Stage 2 Cervical Cancer
    Stage 2 cervical cancer is described as cancer that has spread beyond the cervix and uterus, but hasn't spread to the walls of the pelvis. One cause of cervical cancer is the human papillomavirus. Treatment may involve surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy.
  • Lifestyle Choices to Prevent Cervical Cancer
    This article focuses on preventing cervical cancer. Learn about natural ways to prevent cervical cancer.
  • Are There Alternative Treatments for Cervical Cancer?
    Many people turn to alternative treatments for cervical cancer when conventional medicine fails to address their problems successfully. Learn what natural treatments are used, including nutrition, herbs and supplements.
  • Alternative Treatments for Cancer of the Cervix
    Many people do not want to consider chemotherapy, surgery or radiation therapy for their cervix cancer due to the recovery times and side effects. Cervix cancer alternative treatments are available to patients. Come and explore the alternative options for treating cervical cancer.
  • Cervical Smear Test for Early Cancer Detection
    Regular cervical smears are important for women’s preventative healthcare and are essential for early cancer detection. The test is used to detect cervical cell abnormalities that can lead to cervical cancer.
  • Information on Cervical Cancer Treatment
    There are several cancer cervical information treatment available for women diagnosed with the said malignancy. The treatment used normally depends on the stage of the cancer and the overall health of the patient.
  • Preventing Cervical Cancer
    Help prevent cervical cancer with routine testing and nutrients. Know what risk factors to avoid and learn what the symptoms and causes of cervical cancer are.
  • Common Symptoms of Cervical Cancer
    Cervical cancer is the second most severe cause of female cancer mortality across the globe. Approximately 510, 000 cases of this disease are reported every year with 80 percent from developing countries. This article discusses cervical cancer common symptoms.
  • How do I Know if I Have Cervical Cancer?
    Do I have cervical cancer? The symptoms of cervical cancer remain inconclusive and the only reliable way to find out is through regular pap tests.
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