Cervical Cancer: Treatment Planning

2Getting Your Diagnosis

3Planning Your Treatment

4Undergoing Treatment & Follow-Up



close Assessment

close Evaluating Options

close Choosing Treatment



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Your doctors

Gynecologic Oncologist

A gynecologic oncologist is a medical doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating cancers that are located in a woman's reproductive system.

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A gynecologist pathologist is a medical doctor who has advanced training in diagnosing gynecologic cancer by examining samples of body cells obtained in a biopsy or surgery.

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Extended care team

Advanced practice provider
Nurse coordinator (RN) or multidisciplinary care coordinator (MCC)
Clinical administrative assistants
Medical assistant
New patient coordinator

Support services

PathWell is your connection to personalized support services before, during, and after your treatment. Our teams of doctors, nurses, social workers, spiritual care providers, nutrition experts, financial counselors, and more work with your cancer care team to provide comprehensive specialized care to you and to your family.

PathWell can also connect you to the Stanford Cancer Supportive Care Program, which provides free classes, workshops, fitness classes, services, and support to all cancer patients.

Stanford Health Library

For confidential help with your health care questions, contact the Stanford Health Library. Professional medical librarians and trained volunteers can help you access journals, books, e-books, databases, and videos to learn more about medical conditions, treatment options, and related issues.

  • 875 Blake Wilbur, Palo Alto: 1st floor near the cafe, 650-736-1960

Email us your questions: healthlibrary@stanfordhealthcare.org

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