Clinical Trials: Cervical Cancer

About Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is uncontrolled cell division in the cervix ' or lower womb. The cause of Cervical Cancer is almost always HPV (human papilloma virus). Cervical Cancer extremely common cancer worldwide ' it is the third most common cancers among women. Early cervical cancer is usually asymptomatic but signs of advanced cervical cancer include weight loss, fatigue and pelvic pain. Treatment of Cervical Cancer may include many different types of surgery depending on the stage.

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Does it occur frequently or come and go? Is there any pattern or consistency? Does it f coeel like anything else you have ever experienced?8/24/2017 at 03:29 AM
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Ive had a cold knife cone biosey and cryotherapy still things are getting worse so i say not effective6/11/2012 at 04:33 PM
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sometimes i'll get 2 periods in one month there heavey6/11/2012 at 04:29 PM
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could care less for food at times 6/11/2012 at 04:28 PM
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urine leaking without control6/11/2012 at 04:28 PM
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