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A common treatment of Cervical cancer is removal of the cancer through surgery. The nodes in the body are the transporters of cancer, and tested during the surgery to determine if the cancer has travelled beyond the cervix. If it has, options of chemotherapy, or radiation or both as directed by the oncologist.

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