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These risk factors can increase your risk of developing cervical cancer

Cervical cancer occurs in your body when the cells on the cervix grow unusually and invades other tissues and organs of the body. It became the second most common cause of deaths due to cancer among women in India in 2018. In its initial stage, cervical cancer shows no symptoms. However, there are a few risk factors such as multiple sexual partners, STDs, teen pregnancy, smoking or a weak immune system could increase your risk of developing cervical cancer.

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