Cervical Cancer - Patient Resources

Education Materials:

  • Cervical Cancer – National Cancer Institute
    Spanish-language site (Español)
    This booklet describes possible risks, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment for someone recently diagnosed with cervical cancer and also includes questions to ask the doctor.
  • Cervical Cancer Consumer Fact SheetMichigan Department of Health and Human Services (April 2017)

  • Cervical Cancer Fact Sheet – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    The Office of Population Affairs has developed this easy-to-read fact sheet about cervical cancer and its symptoms, causes, test, and treatment

  • Cervical Cancer Home Page — National Cancer Institute
    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.

  • 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 – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    Access 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.
  • 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.

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