Cervical cancer

Every year in the UK, over 3,000 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women aged 35 and under.

This section will give you more information about cervical cancer, the treatment options and their potential side effects, moving forward after a diagnosis, being a partner of a woman with cervical cancer and facing an incurable diagnosis.

If you are a health care professional who supports women affected by cervical cancer, please visit our Information for Gynae-Oncology Nurse Specialists and Gynae-Oncologists where you will find a wide range of content, best practice guidelines, relevant links for you and your patients, and resources and ways that we can support you. You can also sign up for our quarterly health care professional e-newsletter.

About cervical cancer

Treatments

Living with side effects

Pelvic Radiation Disease

Being a partner

Incurable diagnosis

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