Your Life After Cancer
Thanks to significant progress in the field of oncology, a woman receiving a cancer diagnosis today is more likely than ever before to be cured.
"Especially when it comes to the types of diagnoses we often see in younger women such as lymphoma (both Hodgkin's and non-Hodgkin's) and breast cancer. We've made so much progress that the potential to cure these cancers is excellent," says Maurice Cairoli, MD, Virtua hematologist and oncologist.
The technique relies on photos and computer artificial intelligence to identify changes that may lead to cervical cancer.