Procedures for treating precancerous cervical cancer do not reduce fertility, study shows.

Abstract

Procedures that are commonly used to diagnose and treat precancerous cervical cancer do not reduce women’s subsequent chances of getting pregnant, shows a large US study that unexpectedly found higher rates of pregnancy in women who had these procedures than in control groups. Women with an unclear or abnormal cervical screening test generally have a… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.h821

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@article{Mayor2015ProceduresFT, title={Procedures for treating precancerous cervical cancer do not reduce fertility, study shows.}, author={Susan Mayor}, journal={BMJ}, year={2015}, volume={350}, pages={h821} }