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CheckPoint: Cancer Patient Information Sheet Jennifer Hill June 10, 2011
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(HPV). HPV is a virus that is contracted from sexual contact. The HPV virus causes changes to the cells of the cervix, and without the proper treatment it can lead into Cervical Cancer.       Risk factors for Cervical Cancer include: Lack of regular par smears Weakened immune system due to HIV infection Age: Women over 40 are more likely to develop cancer of the cervix Women who have had multiple sex partners Extended use of birth control pills (5 or more years) Lowering your risk factors will help decrease your chances of being diagnosed with Cervical Cancer. Please contact your doctor for an exam if you experience any of these symptoms: Abnormal vaginal bleeding Increased vaginal discharge Pain in the pelvic area or painful intercourse These symptoms may be a sign of serious illness which require treatment. If
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This note was uploaded on 07/06/2011 for the course HCA 240 240 taught by Professor Stone,g during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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