Cancer Information

Cervical Cancer


Cells in the cervix are attacked by human papillomavirus, producing abnormal lesions and forming cancer cells

  • Lifestyle: Regular sexual life, premature sexual behavior or multiple sexual partners, unsafe sex

  • Viral infection: Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection

Causing Factors

  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding, such as vaginal bleeding after menopause

  • Bleeding between menstruation or after sexual intercourse

  • Vaginal secretion with bloodshot or abnormal (such as odor) secretions

  • Stool bleeding or black stool



  • Surgery: Removal of the uterus, part of the vagina, tissues adjacent to the uterus and nearby lymphoid tissue

  • Extracorporeal radiation therapy: irradiation of uterus, cervix, vagina and pelvis lymph with high energy rays

  • In-vivo radiation therapy: Iridium-192 radiation in the uterine cavity at close range

  • Chemotherapy: Mainly as an adjuvant treatment, usually in the form of intravenous injection

  • Target treatment: Attacking specific cancer cells, such as anti-angiogenic drugs can inhibit vascular proliferation, so it can kill cancer cells

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