Cervical Cancer

Updated 25 May 2015

How cervical cancer develops

Cervical cancer kills more than 3 400 South African women every year. But how does it develop? What happens to your body when cancerous cells develop on your cervix

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Cervical cancer kills more than 3 400 South African women every year. But how does it develop? What happens to your body when cancerous cells develop on your cervix? And which other parts of the body may be affected?

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CANSA’s purpose is to lead the fight against cancer in South Africa. Its mission is to be the preferred non-profit organisation that enables research, educates the public and provides support to all people affected by cancer. Questions are answered by CANSA’s Head of Health Professor Michael Herbst and Head of Advocacy Magdalene Seguin. For more information, visit cansa.org.za.

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