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  1. I was diagnosed with cervical cancer three years ago and had a complete hysterectomy. I now have hip pain.…

  2. Do cervical screening tests just pick up pre cancerous changes or can they diagnose cancer of the cervix as well?…

  3. The Mirena coil is a form of contraception. The manufacturers say women shouldn't use it if they have had cervical or womb cancer.…

  4. The human papilloma virus can cause cell changes that may lead to cancer of the cervix. All girls aged 12 to 13 in the UK are offered a vaccine that helps to prevent HPV infection. Attending for cervical screening is also important.…

  5. This page is about trials looking into a new drug called cediranib.…

  6. For some time, I have had bleeding and an unpleasant vaginal discharge as well as pain around the area of my ovaries. What can I do, as I am afraid to go to the doctor in case it is cancer?…

  7. I had a negative cervical screening test and then a positive biopsy which showed mild dysplasia.…

  8. I work with people with severe learning disabilities and no language. Should they have cervical screening tests?…

  9. There are vaccines to prevent human papilloma virus (HPV) infection. HPV infection can lead to cell changes that may cause cervical cancer, vaginal or vulval cancer and anal cancer.…

  10. There is an absolutely undeniable link between smoking and many different types of cancer.…

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