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Cervical cancer requires expert care.
Our oncologists are here to help.

Cervical cancer may require various treatment approaches, depending on its cause and whether it has metastasized beyond the cervix. Treatment options depend on an accurate diagnosis, making it important to work with experienced cancer doctors who employ state-of-the-art technology. At Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), our doctors treat only cancer, giving them the knowledge to help you make informed decisions about your care.

The cancer care teams at CTCA® use imaging techniques like PET scans (positron emission tomography) to assess whether your lymph nodes or other tissues show signs of malignancy. Our surgical oncologists are experienced in both minimally invasive and more extensive procedures and may offer multiple options for removing the cancer in some cases. Whether surgery, chemotherapy, radiation or other treatments are among the recommendations, your care team will help you design an individualized plan based on your specific needs. That plan may also include various evidence-informed supportive therapies to help you manage cervical cancer-related side effects, like fatigue, nausea, diarrhea and depression. Fertility preserving options may be available for some cervical cancer patients. We encourage you to explore this section to learn more about cervical cancer and the treatment options available at our cancer treatment facilities.

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An accurate cancer diagnosis

accurate cancer diagnosis

Our team of cancer experts uses advanced, minimally invasive diagnostic technology to detect cancerous cells anywhere in the body.

Our patient satisfaction results

See how satisfied our patients are with their treatment and care team at CTCA.

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96.6

overall hospital rating

93.7

physician / surgeon satisfaction

97.2

likelihood of recom- mending services

Our hospital accreditations

Our hospitals are fully accredited by a number of renowned health care organizations.

Learn about cervical cancer

Cervical cancer occurs when healthy cells in the cervix grow out of control. These tumors or masses form on the surface of the cervix, the narrow opening to the uterus that connects to the vagina. Because cervical cancer develops over time, it is the second most common type of cancer in women worldwide. The majority of cervical cancers are squamous cell carcinomas. The second most common type of cervical cancer is referred to as adenocarcinoma.

Cervical cancer diagnostic evaluations

Completing a thorough diagnostic evaluation is the first step in designing a personalized cervical cancer treatment plan. During your initial appointment, we will review your medical records and health history. Our multidisciplinary team of cervical cancer experts uses advanced diagnostic tests and tools, such as PET scans (positron emission tomography) and cone biopsies, to evaluate and stage the disease. To reduce stress and help you begin your cervical cancer treatment sooner, we offer reduced wait times for diagnostic test results when possible.

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Cervical cancer advanced treatments

Our cervical cancer program offers advanced and innovative treatments for ovarian cancer, including targeted therapies, high-dose rate brachytherapy and tumor molecular profiling to help identify newer options. These advanced cervical cancer treatments are used in combination with supportive care therapies designed to help reduce cancer-related side effects so you can stay strong throughout treatment. Because cervical cancer treatments may affect a woman’s ability to conceive, we offer ovarian cryopreservation—which freezes ovarian tissue for later use—for qualified candidates who want to preserve their ability to get pregnant after cancer treatment.

Learn about cervical cancer advanced treatments

Cervical cancer integrative oncology services

After a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation, your multidisciplinary team of doctors and clinicians will recommend a personalized care plan personalized for your specific needs. That plan may include evidence-based supportive care therapies to help you manage cervical cancer-related side effects like fatigue, nausea and depression. Our integrative oncology clinicians are committed to supporting patients’ quality of life, so they can focus on healing and reduce the risk of treatment delays.

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