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Long-term Outcomes Among Women With Cervical Cancer Treated from 1960-1987
Proceedings in Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Christopher Yopp, University of Iowa
  • Jo Benda, University of Iowa
  • Colleen Stockdale, University of Iowa
  • Jami L Shepard, University of Iowa OB/GYN
  • Amina Ahmed, University of Iowa
Peer Reviewed
1
DOI
10.17077/2154-4751.1093
Publication Date
7-28-2011
Abstract

To determine long term survival among women treated for cervical cancer and to provide long-term information regarding mortality and morbidity following treatment. Among a cohort of young women treated for cervical cancer over a 27 year period, with survival available up to 48 years from initial diagnosis, there were no variables identified which impacted the duration of survival beyond the initial stage of cervical cancer at presentation.

Keywords
  • cervical cancer,
  • cervix cancer,
  • outcome,
  • squamous cell carcinoma of cervix,
  • mortality in cervical cancer,
  • cervical cancer recurrence
Total Pages
2 pages
Financial Disclosure
The authors report no conflict of interest.
Rights
Copyright © Christopher Yopp, Jo Benda, Colleen Stockdale, Jami L. Shepard, and Amina Ahmed, 2011.
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0
Citation Information
Christopher Yopp, Jo Benda, Colleen Stockdale, Jami L Shepard, et al.. "Long-term Outcomes Among Women With Cervical Cancer Treated from 1960-1987" Vol. 2 Iss. 1 (2011) p. 1 - 2 ISSN: 2154-4751
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/colleen_stockdale/6/