Cervical cancer can often be prevented by attending a cervical screening, which aims to find and treat changes to cells before they turn into cancer.

If you are found to have these abnormal cells they can be removed or destroyed.

However, if they develop into cancer, other treatments are needed.

“Treatment typically depends on the size of the cancer, whether it’s spread to other parts of your body, and your general health,” Mr Gardener said.

Post source: Daily Express

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