Symptoms of cervical cancer include blood-tinged vaginal discharge, painful intercourse, back discomfort and pelvic pain, explains Healthline. However, symptoms are not usually apparent until after the cancer has spread,... More »

According to Mayo Clinic, cervical cancer occurs when normal cervical cells transform into cancerous cells that multiply uncontrollably. These cancerous cells can then form tumors and invade other parts of the body. Comm... More »

Cervical cancer is typically caused by a sexually-transmitted virus called human papillomavirus, according to WebMD. Abnormal changes among cervical cells can also lead to cervical cancer, but the occurrence is rare. More »

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