Definition of 'cervix'
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Smoking is strongly linked with cancer of the cervix. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)Problems affecting the cervix and uterus. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)You know about ovary, womb and cervix cancer. The Sun (2012)Total hysterectomy - the womb and cervix are removed. The Sun (2009)One in 10 female cancers diagnosed worldwide are cancers of the cervix. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Cancer of the cervix is very rare in under 25s. The Sun (2008) Cancer of the cervix is common, especially in young women. The Sun (2009)Cancer of the womb, cervix or ovary needs urgent treatment and in many cases hysterectomy is absolutely vital. The Sun (2007) Cancer of the cervix is very rare below this age, whereas false alarms from these smears are very common. The Sun (2014)It is known that the association between the virus and cancer of the cervix is ten times stronger than the association between cigarette smoking and lung cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2007)THE screening programme means cervix cancer is usually picked up much earlier, when it is relatively easy to treat. The Sun (2008)Effects: Some strains can lead to cancer of the cervix in women. The Sun (2008)She had cancer of the cervix which has spread to her bowel, liver, groin and brain. The Sun (2009)Not so women - womb cancer is more common than cancers of the ovary and cervix, and melanoma. The Sun (2011)IT is unusual for cancer of the cervix to spread so quickly, and if it has reached the liver that would be very bad news. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'cervix'
British English: cervix NOUN
The cervix is the entrance to the womb.
Definition of cervix from the Collins English Dictionary
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