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BY Kara Million

I was diagnosed with cervical cancer first in 2009, and immediately sought treatment at MD Anderson. After six brutal weeks of radiation and chemotherapy, followed by two weeks of brachytherapy (internal radiation), the tumor was no longer visible.

But a little over a year later in October 2010, my doctors found that the tumor had returned.

My husband and I immediately went home and did the very thing every doctor tells...

Cancerwise blog photo: Total pelvic exenteration survivor Kara Million (right) with her friend Jodi

BY Kara Million

I hadn’t heard of the human papillomavirus (HPV) before my routine well woman exam in 2004. But when my gynecologist asked if I’d like to...