Cervical cancer is one of the most common gynecological cancers. It develops from a precursor lesion (CINIII) over a period of 8 to 10 years. It also can change in less than a year.
The cervix is the lower part of the uterus that opens into the vagina. Cervical cancer can often be cured when it’s found early. It usually is found at a very early stage through a Pap test. Although gynecological cancers can occur at any age, they happen most often in the middle to later age groups.
We have a full range of services to prevent, screen for, diagnose and treat cervical cancer. When you contact us, you will meet with a doctor and a nurse clinician. They will coordinate your treatment and follow-up care.
The cervical cancer specialists at The University of Kansas Cancer Center are leaders in the field. Working as a team, they will provide you with the latest advances in prevention, diagnosis, treatment and resources.
Why You Should Choose The University of Kansas Cancer Center
If you have cervical cancer, you will find the leading specialists you need at The University of Kansas Cancer Center. Our interdisciplinary team of board-certified doctors have years of experience treating hundreds of patients with cervical cancer.
Because we are an academic center, we offer some of the region's most advanced cancer treatments. We are constantly finding new treatments to improve lives. We use state-of-the-art techniques and technologies to improve patient outcomes and reduce side effects. We also use the latest findings in cancer research.
Our staff also are accustomed to working with community health care providers. In many cases, you can receive some of your treatment near your own home in coordination with the staff at The University of Kansas Cancer Center.
Each person is unique, so we tailor your care to your personal needs. This means doctors, nurses and other staff work closely together to develop the treatment plan that best fits your needs. They discuss every patient’s treatment as a team to stay up to date on your care and progress.
We are part of many national clinical trials on cancer treatment. So, you benefit from our staff’s exposure to the latest options. You also may be able to take part in a clinical trial for cervical cancer during your treatment.
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