Invasive Cervical Cancer
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Invasive Cervical Cancer - Cancer that originates in superficial cervical tissue, but then spreads to tissue deeper in the cervix, other tissue adjacent to the cervix, or into other parts of the body. Invasive cervical cancer is more aggressive than in situ (non-invasive) cervical cancer, which is still confined to the surface of the cervix.
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