Dr. Troy Gatcliffe

What are the benefits of screenings for cervical cancer? Dr. Troy Gatcliffe, Surgical Oncologist and Lead Physician for Pancreatic Disease with Miami Cancer Institute, explains the importance of detecting cervical cancer and how screenings help to get a diagnosis. HPV, smoking, and chlamydia are risk factors for cervical cancer. Dr. Troy Gatcliffe, Surgical Oncologist and Lead Physician for Pancreatic Disease with Miami Cancer Institute, explains these causes and talks about others, such as weakened immune system, and multiple full-term pregnancies. It is important to detect any type of cancer at an early stage. Dr. Troy Gatcliffe, Surgical Oncologist and Lead Physician for Pancreatic Disease with Miami Cancer Institute, talks about the American Cancer Society guidelines to get pap and HPV tests according to the patient’s age. What do you need to know about cervical cancer? Dr. Troy Gatcliffe, Surgical Oncologist and Lead Physician for Pancreatic Disease with Miami Cancer Institute, explains the anatomy of the cervix with a 3D image and talks about the different stages of cancer.

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