Cervical Cancer Medical Reference
What Is a Cone Biopsy?
- What Are HeLa Cells?
HeLa cells were the first “immortal” human cell line, and they paved the way for groundbreaking research on vaccines, cancer, and much more.
- Uterine Cancer Stages
Your stage reveals how much the cancer has spread and which treatments might work best. Learn the differences between each stage.
- How Cervical Cancer Affects Fertility
When you find out you have cervical cancer, you and your doctor can talk about whether the following fertility-sparing treatments are good options for you.
- What Is Cervical Ectropion?
Cervical ectropion a common but usually harmless condition for women of childbearing age. Learn the signs and what you can do about them.
- Uterine Polyps
Uterine polyps can cause bleeding and may affect fertility, but many women don’t have symptoms. Learn the causes and how to treat them.
- What Is Cryotherapy?
Cryotherapy uses freezing cold temperatures to destroy abnormal cells. Learn more about when this treatment might be used and what it’s like to get it.
- What Surgeries Treat Cervical Cancer?
If you have cervical cancer, there are a number of surgeries that can treat your condition. Learn what they are and how your doctor will decide which to recommend.
- What’s a Colposcopy?
What’s colposcopy and why do I need one?
- What Is Cervical Cancer and Can I Prevent It?
Do you know what you can do to avoid cervical cancer? Regular doctor’s visits are important. Find out what else can help.
- How Do I Know If I Have Cervical Cancer?
Learn how to spot the signs of cervical cancer early, when the disease is easiest to treat. And find out how your doctor diagnoses this cancer.
- What Are the Treatments for Cervical Cancer?
Radiation, chemotherapy, surgery and targeted therapy: Understand your treatment options for cervical cancer.
- Cervical Dysplasia
WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, and treatment of cervical dysplasia, a precancerous condition in which abnormal cells are found on or around the cervix.
- Cervical Cancer
How much do you know about cervical cancer? What are its causes? Who is at risk? How is it diagnosed? And what can you expect if you are diagnosed?
- Understanding Cervical Cancer -- Symptoms
Learn about the symptoms of cervical cancer from the experts at WebMD.