Cervical Cancer - Patient Resources

Education Materials:

  • Understanding Cervical Changes- National Cancer Institute
    The NCI has developed a booklet to help patients understand cervical cancer screening results and explain important next steps in testing and diagnosis when screening results are abnormal.
  • Gynecologic Cancers: Cervical Cancer - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    This link will take you to a section of the CDC site that offers information about cervical cancer and screening and links to other related sites.
  • Pap Test Fact Sheet
    The Department of Health and Human Services has developed this easy-to-read fact sheet about Pap tests and why they're important, who should get tested, what's involved in the test, and what to do if the results are abnormal.
  • National Cancer Institute — Cervical Cancer Home Page
     The NCI Cervical Cancer Home Page includes an overview of cervical cancer, along with information about treatment; prevention, genetics and causes; screening and testing; clinical trials; cancer literature; research and related information; and statistics.
  • Cervical Cancer Fact Sheet
    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Population Affairs has developed this easy-to-read fact sheet about cervical cancer and its symptoms, causes, test, and treatment
  • What Women Should Know About Cervical Cancer and the Human Papilloma Virus
    The American Cancer Society (ACS) has created this easy-to-understand booklet to answer many of the questions women have about HPV and cervical cancer and to help women make informed decisions about HPV testing. To order copies, contact your local ACS office or phone ACS toll-free at 800-ACS-2345.

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