Pap smear results can affect the next steps for your health and well-being. Know what they mean.
It's an effective cancer treatment option, but there can be serious risks and side effects.
The disease's growth is slow. Regular Pap smears should detect it early—if you get them.
It's rare, but knowing the treatment options can help you better decide your course of action.
Doctors have three options—you'll receive one or a mix, depending on the stage.

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This treatment option may encourage the cervix to produce normal cells.
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