100 Questions & Answers About Cervical Cancer
Jones & Bartlett Learning, Oct 6, 2009 - Medical - 160 pages
The only text to provide both the patient fs and doctor fs views, 100 Questions & Answers About Cervical Cancer aims to provide a much needed primer for patients and their families and aims to address the questions most relevant to a woman following a diagnosis of pre-invasive changes or invasive cervical cancer. This text gives up-to-date, authoritative, practical answers to your questions about cervical cancer; not only the diagnosis and treatment of the disease, but also female survivorship. This is an invaluable resource for anyone coping with the physical and emotional turmoil of this frightening disease. Among the 100 Questions asked in this text are: -What does it mean to have early invasive cervical cancer? -What is the prognosis for women whose disease is advanced? -What should I know about my general health maintenance? -What is the cervical cancer vaccine?
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Screening and Early Cervical Changes
Treatment of Abnormal Pap Tests
Diagnosis and Staging Invasive Cervical Cancer
Treatment of Invasive Cervical Cancer EarlyStage Disease
Treatment of Invasive Cervical Cancer Locally Advanced Disease
Treatment of Metastatic Advanced or Recurrent Cervical Cancer
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