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06 October 2008

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?

Find the answers with Health24's cervical cancer graphic.

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