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Cervical Cancer Treatment: What You Need to Know

Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with cervical cancer? Learn about treatment options, which are largely determined by how advanced the cancer is at the time of diagnosis.

By Kathleen Hall, MBA

Cervical Cancer After a Normal Pap Test: One Woman's Story

"The number one thing I would say is to not stereotype yourself and assume it can't happen to you, because it can."

By Katherine Malmo

Cervical Cancer Support Options, Online and Off

Where can you or your loved ones go to find helpful resources related to cervical cancer? Check out these websites and organizations offering support, education, and camaraderie.

By Bethany Kandel

Getting Pregnant After Cancer Treatment

For men and women who have undergone cancer treatment, there are still options to start a family.

By Robin Elise Weiss, Ph.D.

New Test Could Improve Cervical Cancer Screening

Research published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute suggests a new computer algorithm can detect cervical dysplasia, also called cervical intraepithelial neoplasia or CIN – a premalignant condition that can lead to cervical cancer – as ...

By Diane Domina

Meet the Experts

Sheila M. Eldred

Health Writer

Sheila Mulrooney Eldred has written for The New York Times, Nature, FiveThirtyEight, STAT News, and other publications.

Eileen Bailey

Health Writer

Eileen Bailey is an award-winner author of six books on health and parenting. She specializes in ADHD, Anxiety, Sexual Health, Skin Care, Psoriasis and Skin Cancer.

Jennifer Mitchell Rackley

B.S. Dietetics, Dietitian, Health Professional

Jennifer is a dietitian with a passion for educating and empowering families on their journey through illness.

Sheila M. Eldred

Health Writer

Sheila Mulrooney Eldred has written for The New York Times, Nature, FiveThirtyEight, STAT News, and other publications.

Health News

New Test Could Improve Cervical Cancer Screening

Research published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute suggests a new computer algorithm can detect cervical dysplasia, also called cervical intraepithelial neoplasia or CIN – a premalignant condition that can lead to cervical cancer – as ...

In Uncertain Time for Health Care, Study Finds Cervical Cancer Death Rates Higher Than We Thought

Credit: Thinkstock NFL sideline reporter and “Dancing With the Stars” host Erin Andrews has publicly shared the news that she dealt with cervical cancer in late 2016 — the same week a study was published that found cervical cancer rates are actually ...

Screening Recommendations for Cervical Cancer Affect Menopausal Women

It’s one of those cancers that can sneak up on you. In fact, 12,000 women in the United States are diagnosed annually with cervical cancer. And sadly, about 4,000 women die from this cancer each year. Cervical cancer, which forms in the tissues of th...