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Recurring Disease

If your cancer recurs, there are several options for treatment.


These include repeat surgery, re-treatment with the same chemotherapy given initially, treatment with a different type of agent (chemotherapy or targeted therapy) and sometimes radiation therapy. As each recurrence will be different, it is important to discuss your individual situation with your team. It is also important to investigate whether there is a clinical trial that is appropriate for you. Don’t be afraid to seek a second opinion.


Participation in Clinical Trials 

There are many ongoing clinical trials studying new and better ways to treat cervical cancer. Many treatment options are available today because women diagnosed with cervical cancer were willing to participate in prior clinical trials.

Clinical trials are designed to test some of the newest and most promising treatments for cervical cancer.

The Foundation for Women’s Cancer (FWC) partners with NRG Oncology (formerly Gynecologic Oncology Group), part of the National Cancer Institute cooperative group working only on gynecologic cancer clinical trials, and others to make information about current clinical trials available.


For more information about clinical trials available for enrollment, visit

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