HCA240 Several risk factors increase your chance of developing cervical cancer

HCA240 Several risk factors increase your chance of developing cervical cancer

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Cancer Patient Information Sheet By: Danielle Davis Several risk factors increase your chance of developing cervical cancer. Although these risk factors increase the odds of developing cervical cancer, many women with these risks do not develop this disease. When a woman develops cervical cancer or pre-cancerous changes, it may not be possible to say with certainty that a particular risk factor was the cause. Cervical cancer risk factors include: Human papilloma virus infection: The most important risk factor for cervical cancer is infection by the human papilloma virus, smoking, Immunosuppression are some other one. One of the most noticeable ways that cervical cancer affects the body is an increase in vaginal bleeding and Metastasis is the most dangerous way in which
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Cancer Patient Information Sheet By: Danielle Davis cervical cancer can affect the body. Metastasis is the spreading of cancer cells to other organs of the body. This occurs when an infected cancer cell is able to break away
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2009 for the course MATH gr56 taught by Professor Mrr during the Spring '09 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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HCA240 Several risk factors increase your chance of developing cervical cancer

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