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Stage 4 Cervical Cancer Treatment Options and Surgeries We will never know the best treatment options when we can’t track the stage 4 cervical cancer from the stage 0. So, we really need to know the stage of the cervical cancer before choosing the treatment options. There are many factors that influence or affect the treatment of cervical cancer such as the location of the cancer, the type, the patient’s age and her overall condition.…

Nowadays, women do not know what exactly cervical cancers it and what the symptoms are. The American Cancer society says that over 12,000 cases of cervical cancer symptoms were diagnosed in 2014. there are over 3,000 women die because of cervical cancer. the cervical cancer is the most dangerous and the most preventable cancer for women. Luckily, the death rate from cervical cancer decreases about 50 percent over the last 30 years. the Pap test…

Important Point Most symptoms of cervical cancer happen during metastasis, or when the cancer has spread to other parts of your body. Complications of cervical cancer metastasis include pain during sex, bone fractures, and loss of appetite. Treatment of cervical cancer also comes with a host of possible side effects. These vary depending on the type of treatment you’re undergoing. Cervical cancer can spread throughout a woman’s pelvic region and also invade more distant tissues.…

Endometrial cancer also known as uterine cancer has various treatments available according to the stage of endometrial cancer and the health of the patient. In the majority of cases, surgery is often the best option. The surgery that is performed is the uterus alone known as a hysterectomy, a complete hysterectomy in which the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries are removed. In many cases, the lymph nodes in the area are also removed along with…

Causes of cervical cancer or better known as cervical cancer is infection with Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). There are currently 138 types of HPV that can already identified that 40 of them can be transmitted through sexual intercourse. Some types of HPV viruses cause rare low risk cancer, while the other types are high risk virus. Both types of high risk or low risk types can cause abnormal growth of the cells but generally it…