Cervical cancer arises from the cervix due to the abnormal growth of cells that have the ability to invade or spread to other parts of the body.
- Infection with some types of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)
Method of Diagnosis
The pap smear is used as a screening test but confirmation of the diagnosis requires a biopsy sample
- Radiation Therapy- used particularly when surgical options don’t exist
Prognosis depends on the stage of the cancer. There is a high chance of a survival rate around 100 for women with microscopic forms of cervical cancer. With treatment, the 5-year relative survival rate for the earliest stage of invasive cervical cancer is 92%, and the overall (all stages combined) 5-year survival rate is about 72%. These statistics may be improved when applied to women newly diagnosed, bearing in mind that these outcomes may be partly based on the state of treatment five years ago when the women studied were first diagnosed.
Cost of the Cervical Cancer Management varies person to person and depends on the health condition of the patient and also choice of the healthcare facility and Hospital Room, however average minimum price of the Medical Procedure is around USD 4000- USD 4500, Per cycle of Chemotherapy cost around USD 1000-1500 and cost of Per Cycle Radiotherapy is around USD 1500-2000 this is an all inclusive cost.
Doctors and Surgeons present in NewLife Health Tour's network hospitals are well trained in the management of Cervical Cancer Surgery and in other complimentary Medical specialties. Doctors will work with you to determine the most appropriate treatment plan, based on your symptoms and the resources. Our associate Board certified surgeons are highly experienced and have performed more than hundreds of such kinds of surgery at our state of the art JCI accredited hospitals where diagnostic and therapeutic services are seamlessly integrated under the same roof. Our World-renowned team of surgeons and highly trained nurses provide comprehensive care of the highest quality, ensuring that patients receive the most advanced treatments known to medicine.