Cervical cancer is a significant health concern affecting women worldwide.
Oncology plays a crucial role in its diagnosis and treatment, including the possibility of a hysterectomy.
Regular screenings are essential to detect precancerous changes early.
Oncologists use tests like Pap tests and HPV tests for diagnosis,
Treatment options include surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy.
A hysterectomy may be recommended for early-stage cervical cancer or as part of palliative care.
Women should consider the fertility implications and emotional impact before undergoing a hysterectomy.
Open discussions with healthcare professionals are vital.