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What Are the causes of cervical cancer?

A: The causes of cervical cancer are linked to genetic mutations that turn healthy cells in the cervix into abnormal cells that grow at an accelerated rate. While the mutations are really the sole causes of cervical cancers, the factors that create the mutation are many and varied. Infection with certain viruses, smoking, and extensive use of birth control pills have all been linked to increased chances of cervical cancer.. Some research suggests that the presence of

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what is the cause of cervical cancer?

A: Human papillomavirus (HPV), any of a family of more than 60 viruses that cause various growths, including plantar warts and genital warts, a sexually transmitted disease. Detectable warts can be or removed, usually by chemicals, freezing, or laser, but often recur. Intralesional alpha interferon has been effective in the treatment of genital warts. Genital warts, sometimes called condylomata acuminata, are soft and often occur in clusters. They can occur internally or externally, but even in the absence of warts the virus may be present and transmittable. Problems can result from untreated warts, which can grow quite...
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Did you no a virus is the leading cause of cervical cancer and GENITAL WARTS. I

A: yes & i KNOW how to spell too......
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What Is The Cause of Pre-cancerous Cells In The Uterus?

A: The cause is because of carcinogen factors like HPV virus(which can be contacted by exterior) or other substances like nitrites which alterate the DNA of the cells. A healthy way of life can avoid this. Pre-cancerous cells in the uterus are caused the same way any other pre-cancerous cell is formed. This may be a result of a virus, environmental exposure, infection, or other process. Doctors aren''t really sure what causes cancer. The important thing is to have it treated the way your doctor recommends so that you don''t have further problems. Pre-cancerous cells...


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What Is The Cause of Pre-cancerous Cells In The Uterus?

A: The cause is because of carcinogen factors like HPV virus(which can be contacted by exterior) or other substances like nitrites which alterate the DNA of the cells. A healthy way of life can avoid this. Pre-cancerous cells in the uterus are caused the same way any other pre-cancerous cell is formed. This may be a result of a virus, environmental exposure, infection, or other process. Doctors aren''t really sure what causes cancer. The important thing is to have it treated the way your doctor recommends so that you don''t have further problems. Pre-cancerous cells...


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signs of cervical cancer

A: According to your description I can identify 3 major problems in your case: The first one is peeing without will (urinary incontinence). Peeing is a complex neuro-muscular reflex and any damage of the spinal cord, nerves that innervate the bladder, muscles of the bladder, or the bladder’s outer sphincter can cause urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence can be a sign of cervical cancer but in later stages when the cancer spreads on the bladder. The second problem is irregular vaginal bleeding (spotting). Spotting can be due to functional or organic reasons. cervical cancer could be one

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What are virulence factors of cervical cancer?

A: The National cancer Institute, a part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health states that persistent human papillomavirus infections are considered to be the major factor for cervical cancer. Human papillomavirus or HPV is a group of over 100 viruses that get their name from the papillomas, better known as warts that they cause; the various viruses affect different parts of the body, for instance one type might cause warts on the appendages while others tend to affect the throat. There are also viruses that have been found to affect cells in ways that may lead to the development of

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What are visible signs of cervical cancer?

A: Hmmm, that`s an interesting question, I have never had anyone ask me what visible signs of cervical cancer might be. I think the answer is there aren`t really any. Advanced cervical cancer can cause unusual, heavy discharge or bleeding or abnormalities in your menstrual cycle, but I don`t know if those are considered visible signs. In other words, you can`t tell if someone has cervical cancer when they are walking around. Which is why regular screening is so important.. ...


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What is the pathophysiology of cervical cancer?

A: The pathophysiology of cervical cancer comes from a premalignant lesion in an area of the cervix. It can develop into squamous cell cancer which is the most common diagnosed type of cervical cancer. Ninety percent of this cancer is caused by the HP virus.. ...


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What Are the causes of Throat cancer?

A: There are a variety of factors thought to be causes of throat cancer. People who smoke or use chewing tobacco are often susceptible to the disease, as are those who have consistent acid reflux. Exposure to the human papillomavirus, or HPV, in the throat may increase the likelihood that it will develop. Those who are exposed to certain chemicals or asbestos fibers are also more likely to be at risk. Other factors often tied to the development of throat cancer include age, excessive alcohol use, and poor diet.. Perhaps the most common known of the

 
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