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Description: Cancer starts when cells in the body begin to develop out of control. Cells in surrounding any part of the body can convert into cancer cells, and can invade to other areas of the body. Cervical cancer grows in the cells lining the cervix beneath the uterus (womb). This is called the uterine cervix. The fetus grows in the body of the uterus. The cervix joins the body of the uterus to the vagina (birth canal).

 
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Surgery.

Surgery is the elimination of the tumor and some near by healthy tissue during an operation. For cervical cancer that has not spread further the cervix, these procedures are usually used: Conization is the use of the similar treatment as a cone biopsy to eliminate all of the abnormal tissue. It can be used to eliminate microinvasive cervical cancer. LEEP is the use of an electricity passed through a thin wire hook. The hook eliminates the tissue. It can be used to eliminate microinvasive cervical cancer.
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Radiation therapy.

Radiation therapy is the use of high-energy x-rays to destroy cancer cells. A physcian who specializes in providing radiation therapy to treat cancer is called a radiation oncologist. prior surgery, or instead of surgery to shrink the tumor. The most general type of radiation procedure is called external-beam radiation therapy, which is radiation given from a machine outside the body. When radiation treatment is given with the help of implants, it is called internal radiation therapy or brachytherapy.
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Chemotherapy Procedure.

Chemotherapy is the use of instruments to destroy cancer cells, usually by blocking the cancer cells, ability to develop and divide. Chemotherapy is treated by a oncologist, a physician who specializes in treating cancer with drugs. Organized chemotherapy gets into the bloodstream to be effective cancer cells throughout the body. General ways to give chemotherapy include an intravenous (IV) tube inserted into a vein using a needle or in a capsule that is swallowed.
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