Cervical Cancer

Cancer arising in cells of the cervix is known as cervical cancer. the cervix is the lowermost part of the uterus. This kind of cancer can be prevented by PAP smear and HPV vaccination. There are signs and symptoms like bleeding in between periods, foul-smelling vaginal discharge, and lower back pain.
for prevention, we have Gardasil vaccination, and for treatment, we have surgical removal, depending upon the stage of cancer we can do cervicectomy, hysterectomy, cryosurgery, and lymph node dissection. Medical procedures like brachytherapy, teletherapy, loop electrosurgical excision procedure, radiation therapy, and cervical conization.
the right doctor for diagnosis and treatment of cervical cancer is a gynecologist, medical oncologist, and surgical oncologist.
tests required for the detection of cervical cancer are PAP smear and HPV test.
The five-year survival rate for cervical cancer is 90% when detected in an early stage, in the case of metastasis and lymph node involvement the survival rate falls to 55%.
the vaccination has helped in the prevention of cervical cancer to a very extent. Gardacil9 is a US food and drug administration approved vaccination and is being used in the world.

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