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Plan your Cervical Cancer Treatment and Surgery in India with Forerunners Healthcare Consultants

Cervical Cancer is the cancer of cervix, the lower part of uterus. Treating cancer is a difficult task and only highly-experienced surgeons are sought to treat the disease. Forerunners Healthcare Consultants has ties with the most renowned cancer specialists. All you have to do is send us your query and our executive will reach you within 24 hours.

How things function at Forerunners Healthcare Consultants

  1. Efficient experts : Forerunners Healthcare Consultants has association with highly-efficient surgeons and doctors, a prerequisite in treating any medical condition.
  2. Basic care : We offer assistance in arranging medical visa, accommodation for the patient and family, meals, appointment with surgeon.
  3. Cost-friendly : Financial aspects affect medical treatments in a huge way, and our budget friendly packages won't burn a hole in your pocket.
  4. Ethical : Ovarian Cancer Treatment in India through the Forerunners Healthcare Consultants ensures utmost care in maintaining quality and ethics while serving a patient.
  5. Other services : We also take care of quick visa letter, health diet as advised by your attending surgeon, to and fro airport travel, vacation tour, etc.

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Michael Harper, USA
Cervical Fusion Surgery

I am Michael Harper from the USA. I have a sitting job that caused chronic back pain. I was recommended Cervical Fusion surgery. While going through the internet, I came across Forerunners Healthcare Consultants. I immediately contacted them and was convinced to come to India for the treatment. I am happy with the surgery and thank Forerunners Healthcare group for being there for us.

What is Cervical Cancer? :

Cervical cancer is cancer of the cervix. The cervix is the lower part of the uterus or womb, and is connected to the upper vagina. It is the structure that dilates during childbirth to allow the baby to traverse the birth canal. This is the area where cervical cells are most likely to become cancerous. It is called the transformation zone. Cervical cancer develops when abnormal cells in the lining of the cervix begin to multiply out of control and form pre-cancerous lesions. If not successfully treated at an early stage, cervical cancer is capable of invading through the wall of the uterus into adjacent areas and sometimes can spread through the bloodstream or the lymphatic system to parts of the body away from the uterus.

What are Symptoms of Cervical Cancer?

What are various types of Cervical Cancer?

There are two major types of cancer that develop from the cervix.

Each of these major types has several subtypes that may require special treatment. About 85% of cervical cancers are squamous cell cancers and the remainder are adenocarcinomas.

Top Cervical Cancer Hospitals in India

The top cervical cancer hospitals in India have the best cervical cancer doctors offering highest quality treatments and care to the patients. Our associated hospitals are located at Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, Nagpur, Hyderabad, Noida Ahmedabad, Gurgaon and Kerala.

What are Causes of Cervical Cancer?:

The cause of cervical cancer is unknown. Human papilloma virus or HPV is considered to have a strong assosiation with cervical cancer. There are many different types of HPV. It is sometimes called the genital wart virus as some types of HPV cause genital warts. In fact, the types that cause warts are not the types that cause cervical cancer. HPV is passed on from person to another through sexual contact. Women who get cervical cancer have had past infections with HPV. High risk types of HPV can cause changes in the cells covering the cervix that make them more likely to become cancerous in time. But most women infected with these viruses do NOT develop cervical cancer. So other factors must also be needed.

How to do Diagnosis of Cervical Cancer?

What are various Stages of Cervical Cancer?

If a patient has cancer of the cervix, the doctor will order more tests to find out if the cancer cells have spread to other parts of the body. This process is called staging. Knowing the stage of the disease helps the doctor plan treatment.

The following stages are used to describe cancer of the cervix:

Stage 0 or carcinoma in situ (dysplasia):

Carcinoma in situ is a precancerous condition. Abnormal cells are found only in the first layer of cells of the lining of the cervix and do not invade the deeper tissues of the cervix. Treatment at this stage may be one of the following:

Stage IA: Stage IA cancer involves the cervix but has not spread to nearby tissue. A very small amount of cancer that is only visible under a microscope is found deeper in the tissues of the cervix. Treatment may be one of the following, depending on how deeply the tumor cells have invaded the normal tissue:

Stage IB: Cancer involves the cervix but has not spread nearby. A larger amount of cancer is found in the tissues of the cervix. Treatment may be one of the following, depending on how deeply the tumor cells have invaded the normal tissue:

Stage IIA: Cancer has spread to nearby areas but is still inside the pelvic area. Cancer has spread beyond the cervix to the upper two thirds of the vagina. Treatment may be one of the following:

Stage IIB: Cancer has spread to nearby areas but is still inside the pelvic area. Cancer has spread to the tissue around the cervix. Treatment may be internal or external radiation therapy plus chemotherapy.

Stage III: Cancer has spread throughout the pelvic area. Cancer cells may have spread to the lower part of the vagina. The cells also may have spread to block the tubes that connect the kidneys to the bladder (the ureters). Treatment may be internal or external radiation therapy plus chemotherapy.

Stage IVA: Cancer has spread to other parts of the body, such as the bladder or rectum (organs close to the cervix). It is unusual for cervical cancer to reach this stage. If it does, treatment may be internal or external radiation therapy plus chemotherapy.

Stage IVB: Cancer has spread to distant organs such as the lungs. It is unusual for cervical cancer to reach this stage. If it does, treatment may be radiation to relieve symptoms caused by the cancer plus chemotherapy.

How is Cervical Cancer Treatment done?

Treatment for cervical cancer begins with seeking regular medical care throughout your life. Regular medical care allows your health care professional to best evaluate your risks of developing cervical cancer, perform routine Pap smear screening, and promptly order further diagnostic testing as needed. These measures greatly increase the chances of detecting cervical cancer in its earliest, most curable stage. This stage is called cervical dysplasia, a precancerous condition that is 100% treatable.

The goal of cervical cancer treatment is to permanently cure the cancer or to bring about a complete remission of the disease. Remission means that there is no longer any sign of the disease in the body, although it may recur or relapse later. Cervical cancer treatment plans use a multifaceted approach and are individualized to the type of cancer and stage of advancement; your age, medical history, and coexisting diseases or conditions; and other factors.

What are various Cervical Cancer Surgery procedures?

The following surgical procedures may be used as part of cervical cancer treatment.

Radiotherapy

Radiotherapy may be given for larger tumours contained in the cervix and it's usually given if the cancer has spread beyond the cervix and is not curable with surgery alone. Radiotherapy may also be used after surgery if there is a high risk that the cancer may come back. It is often given in combination with chemotherapy (chemoradiation).

Treatment with radiotherapy may last for 5-8 weeks. Your cancer specialist (clinical oncologist), who plans your treatment, can discuss this treatment in detail with you.

Chemotherapy

This is the treatment of cancer with anti-cancer drugs. The aim is to destroy all cancer cells while doing the least possible damage to normal cells. The drugs work by stopping cancer cells from growing and reproducing themselves. Chemotherapy is usually given to women with more advanced cancer or together with radiotherapy. You will probably have chemotherapy through a vein. You may need to stay in hospital overnight or you may be treated as a day patient. This depends on the drugs you are given and how you are feeling.

What are Post Surgery Precautions of Cervical Cancer?

After your cervical cancer surgery, you'll be encouraged to start moving about as soon as possible. This is an essential part of your recovery and, even if you have to stay in bed, the nurses will encourage you to do regular leg movements and deep breathing exercises. You'll be attended by a physiotherapist who can help you to do the exercises.

What are Alternatives to Cervical Cancer Surgery?

Types of alternative to cervical cancer surgery include:

Many patients claim that these alternative treatments help them feel better. It is important to note that some types of alternative treatment may interfere with standard treatment. In some cases, the combination of alternative treatment and standard treatment may even be harmful.

What are Benefits of Cervical Cancer Treatment and Surgery?

The goal of cervical cancer surgery is to permanently cure the cancer or to bring about a complete remission of the disease. The benefits of cervical cancer screening are substantial. Pre-cancer conditions are completely curable when followed up and treated properly. The chance of cancer being alive after 5 years (5-year survival rate) for cancer that has spread to the inside of the cervix walls but not outside the cervix area is 92%.

Why prefer India for Cervical Cancer Treatment and Surgery?

India with its ever growing economy has achieved a standing in world's best medical tourism destination of the world. India offers complete medical facility specializing in many disciplines that was built especially to cater medical tourists. It has some of the best hospitals of the world especially for cancer treatment. Most of the surgeons and doctors are internationally trained and have huge experience of handling cancer cases. With rapidly evolving technology, international quality standards and protocols for medical and surgical care, and international accreditation with JCI, ISO, etc, India has gained reputation as leading destination for cervical cancer treatment. The state-of-the-art hospitals and apparatus including highly advanced radiation technology enables the oncologists in India to more accurately target the cancer cells.

Cities in India that offers Cervical Cancer Surgery in India are as follows;

Mumbai
Hyderabad
Kerala
Delhi
Pune
Goa
Bangalore
Nagpur
Jaipur
Chennai
Gurgaon
Chandigarh

What is Cost of Cervical Cancer Treatment and Surgery in India?

Treatment of Cervical Cancer in India is extremely cost effective. The quality of treatment is unparalleled. For patients travelling to India from a different country accommodation and transportation is always a concern. India offers some of the world's best hotels with 3-5 star rating at low rates.

Some of the common countries from which patients travel to India for surgery are:

USA
UK
Canada
Australia
Zealand
Nigeria
Kenya
Ethiopia
Uganda
Tanzania
Zambia
Congo
Lanka
Bangladesh
Pakistan
Afghanistan
Nepal
Uzbekhistan

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