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Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer - Preparing for surgery

Before surgery, your surgeon will perform comprehensive medical assessments including blood tests and scans, to see if you are suitable for surgery and advise on the risks involved. Your treatment recommendation is often based on consensus by a group of medical specialists' opinions (the tumour board), who come together to discuss the pros and cons of every treatment strategy. 

The anaesthesia team will also assess your fitness for surgery and advise you on various aspects of general anaesthesia and pain control after surgery. 

Specialist nurses will also provide pre-surgery counselling so that you know what to expect.