- there are many other options avbllaaie in the US.The real question is BETTER than chemo or radiation really better? I’m a Cancer survivor who owes his life to chemo and radiation therapy. It worked for me. Cancer Treatment Centers of America bases it’s advertising on providing the most and best therapy’s avbllaaie for Cancer. I may be biased, being an American- but even so, the research I’ve done rates America’s treatments, drugs, and general procedures a healthy cut above the rest of the world. I guess my best advice based on my opinion- would be to go with the usual course of treatment prescribed , unless the prognosis or results were terminal.
How deadly is Cervical Cancer? Whats the survival rate? My aunt was just diagnosed with it, but they found it in its early stages
Here ya go hun:Cervical Cancer Survival RatesSurvival Rates by StageBy Lisa Fayed, About!comUpdated: December 01, 2006Stage IA: This is microinvasive, or very early cervical cancer! The five-year survival rate ranges from 96 to 99 percent! Treatment options for stage IA include surgery!Stage IB: In this stage, the cancer is visible without the use of a microscope! Five-year survival rates for this stage of cervical cancer are 80 to 90 percent! Common treatments include surgery, chemotherapy and radiation!Stage II: In stage II, cancer has spread outside the uterus to adjacent tissue, but has not reached the lower third of the vagina or all the way to the lateral wall of the pelvis! Five-year survival is 65 to 69 percent! Common treatment for stage II cervical cancer include surgery, radiation and chemotherapy!Stage III: Stage III cervical cancer indicates that the cancer has advanced beyond the parameters for stage II or has caused changes in the kidney! Five-year survival is 40 to 43 percent! Common treatments include chemotherapy and radiation!Stage IV: Stage IV is the last stage of cervical cancer! In this stage the cancer has left the pelvis and affected more distant organs! The five-year survival rate for this stage of cancer is 15 to 20 percent! Types of treatment include chemotherapy and radiation!
Worldwide, cervical cancer is second most common and the fifth most deadly cancer in women. It affects about 16 per 100000 women per year and kills about 9
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