Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer

More than 700 clinical trials are currently accepting participants diagnosed with Cervical Cancer.

Cervical cancer occurs when cells in the lining of the cervix, which is part of the female reproductive system and connects the womb to the vagina, start growing uncontrollably. The most common sign of this cancer is unusual vaginal bleeding. Detecting changes in these cells early through screening can help prevent the development of cancer or its spread into nearby tissues or other parts of the body.

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