Published in Drug Week, February 13th, 2004
"The ''International Classification of the Stages of Carcinoma of the Uterine Cervix'' dates back to 1950; since then, seven changes have been made to the staging system for cervical cancer (almost all were made to Stage 1), the most recent being in 1995," scientists writing in the Cancer Journal report.
"The FIGO system of classification of cervical cancer is originally based on the results of clinical examination, essentially of the anatomical extent of disease,...
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