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Prior to beginning treatment for cervical cancer, you may want to gather information on all the various options available. These include surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. The treatment your healthcare provider recommends will depend on several factors, such as your age, the size of the tumor, and the stage of your cervical cancer.
When gathering information about cervical cancer treatment, it is a wise idea to talk to different people -- including family members, friends, and even other doctors or specialists -- and possibly get a second opinion, before making your final decision. You may find a combination of all three options to be the right plan for your situation.
(Click Cervical Cancer Treatment for more information on this topic, including what each option entails and important considerations to keep in mind.)
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