Cervical Cancer Treatment
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Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) are cancer hospitals for patients who believe in conventional therapies along with complementary and alternative medicine for their cervical cancer treatment.
We believe in empowering our patients in their fight against cancer. If you are looking for information on cervical cancer treatment, please read the information below. You may also go directly to our home page for more information on our cancer treatments: CTCA: Cervical Cancer Treatment.
CTCA: Cervical Cancer Treatment
Scientists believe that some abnormal changes in cells on the cervix are the first phase in a series of slow changes that can eventually lead to cervical cancer. It is important to note that pre-cancerous changes of the cervix usually do not cause pain. In fact, they generally do not cause any symptoms and are not detected unless a woman has a pelvic exam and a Pap test. Currently, about 15,000 women each year learn they have cervical cancer, or cancer of the cervix.
CTCA provides the options and tools you need in your fight against cervical cancer. Your cervical cancer treatment will depend on a number of factors. Among the factors in deciding the proper course of cervical cancer treatment are your age, the location and the size of the tumor, your general health, and the stage of the cervical cancer.
At CTCA, our cancer experts work with you to combine a powerful mix of traditional and new therapies for your cervical cancer treatment. One possible cervical cancer treatment is surgery to remove only the cancer cells, when possible. Another cervical cancer treatment is 3D conformal radiation, which shapes radiation beams precisely to strike the cervical cancer tumor. Another popular cervical cancer treatment is biotherapy/immunotherapy, which is used either alone or in conjunction with other cervical cancer treatment options. Our website offers much more information on cervical cancer treatment.
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If you have been diagnosed with cervical cancer, please call us to discuss your cervical cancer treatment options. In addition, by visiting the links on this page you will find more information on cervical cancer treatment and cervical cancer symptoms.