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Cervical Cancer Survival Rate

Cervical Cancer Survival Rate

A cervical cancer survival rate depends on the stage, the age of the patient and many other factors; any vaginal wart and other abnormality can turn into dangerous condition, so they should be treated with leep procedure or cryosurgery at the early stage. The chance of being alive 5 years after the diagnosis are: 80-85% for tumor limited to the cervix and uterus; 60-80% when the upper part of the vagina is involved; 30-50% for tumors beyond the cervix, but still in the pelvis; 14% when the tumor has spread beyond the pelvis. A cervical cancer survival rate depends on the stage, the age of the patient and many other factors; any vaginal wart and other abnormality can turn into dangerous condition, so they should be treated with leep procedure or cryosurgery at the early stage.

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Cervical Cancer Survival Rate

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Vaginal Wart, LEEP Procedure

Women over 35, women who had multiple sexual partners or a history of HPV or genital warts, women taking oral contraceptives are at risk. Precancers are completely curable when followed up properly. Infections of various types cause dysplasia, which can lead to development of abnormal tissues. A cervical cancer survival rate depends on the stage, the age of the patient and many other factors; any vaginal wart and other abnormality can turn into dangerous condition, so they should be treated with leep procedure or cryosurgery at the early stage.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Vaccine, HPV Treatment, HPV Fact, HPV Virus and Cervical Cancer, Human Papilloma Virus Picture , Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Cancer Vaccination, Pap Smear Test, Genital Wart

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

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