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Cervical Cancer

Disease Information

What You Need to Know About Cervical Cancer

This information is only about invasive cervical cancer. It’s not about precancer, abnormal cells found only on the surface of the cervix, or other cervical changes. These cell changes are treated differently from invasive cervical cancer. Women with abnormal cervical cells only on the surface may want to read the NCI booklet Understanding Cervical Changes: A Health Guide for Women. It tells about abnormal cells and describes treatments.

This information and more about Cervical Cancer is provided by the National Cancer Institute.  You can also ask your cancer care team about your individual situation.

Lo que usted necesita saber sobre el cáncer de cérvix.

Visit the National Cancer Institute where this information and more can be found about the Breast Cancer including side effects of treatments, support information and more.

Lo que used necesita saber sebre el cáncer del seno en español.