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When precancer conditions are detected early, carcinoma in situ and invasive carcinoma can be prevented by maintaining a routine Pap smear and a physician's exam for abnormal vaginal discharge. The term refers to localized malignancy. Rates of this disorder peaks between ages 20-30 years, and the five years survival rate is approximately 88%. To prevent the inoculation with hpv (human papillomavirus) and other std, which increase risk, use condoms and avoid multiple sexual partners. When precancer conditions are detected early, carcinoma in situ and invasive carcinoma can be prevented by maintaining a routine Pap smear and a physician's exam for abnormal vaginal discharge.

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Carcinoma In Situ

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Pap Smear, Vaginal Discharge

Other risk factors are: early onset of sexual activity, low income, being an African American, Hispanic, or Native American woman, being a smoker, not having regular pap smears. When detected early, the pre-cancerous condition can be prevented and 100% curable. When precancer conditions are detected early, carcinoma in situ and invasive carcinoma can be prevented by maintaining a routine Pap smear and a physician's exam for abnormal vaginal discharge.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Vaccine, HPV Virus, Human Papillomavirus HPV, HPV Vaccines, Human Papilloma Virus Picture , Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Dysplasia Alternative Treatment, Pap Smear, How to Get Rid of Genital Wart

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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