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Treating abnormal cells in the cervix

Source: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Colposcopy/Pages/Treatment.aspx
Date: 14 Jan 2011
You may require treatment if the results of your colposcopy indicate that you have abnormal cells in your cervix.
The type of treatment recommended will depend on the number of abnormal cells in your cervix and how advanced the abnormalities are.
The aim of treatment is to remove the abnormal cells while minimising any damage to healthy tissue. Treatment is nearly always 100% successful, and it is unlikely that any cell changes will occur again.
Timing of treatment

Photocure Initiates Enrolment Into Phase II Trial Of Cevira(R) For Cervical HPV Infection

Article Date: 20 Jun 2011 - 3:00 PDT
Source: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/229006.php
Photocure ASA (OSE: PHO), a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on photodynamic technologies in cancer and dermatology, has initiated patient enrolment in the first trial to evaluate the optimal dose and safety of Cevira, a novel integrated intravaginal drug-delivery device.

Cervical cancer treatment options

Source: http://www.uptodate.com/contents/patient-information-cervical-cancer-tre...
There are several options for treatment of early stage cervical cancer. Decisions about treatment depend on your age and health, the stage of the cancer, and you and your doctor's preferences.

Cervical Cancer Treatment

Πηγή : http://www.news-medical.net/health/Cervical-Cancer-Diagnosis.aspx
Micro invasive cancer (stage IA) is usually treated by hysterectomy (removal of the whole uterus including part of the vagina). For stage IA2, the lymph nodes are removed as well. An alternative for patients who desire to remain fertile is a local surgical procedure such as a loop electrical excision procedure (LEEP) or cone biopsy.

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