Cancer Cervical Staging
Cervical Cancer Staging
If cervical cancer is detected, it is important to determine to what degree the cancer may have spread. The process of making these determinations is referred to as staging. Staging is important because it plays a major role in determining the most effective course of treatment.
A number of tests may be required to determine the cancer stage.
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