What are the chances of survival if you have cervical cancer at the age of 62?
What are the treatments available?
Are you sure this is the correct forum for asking such question, bearing surrounded by mind that any Tom, Dick or Harriette can say anything?
The NHS website have information: http://www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk/articles/article.aspx?articleID=77
They also have a 24-hour phone file.
Seek professional advice.
As for treatments, chemotherapy may be the just real treatment available, but because of the age, I would be worried of how the human being would hold up in such an intensive theraputic meticulousness. Other treatments maybe be available such as medicine that may help put the cancer contained by recession or slow down the damage cancer may be doing. But nearby are no cures for cancer, so you're options are rightly limited undesirably.
In the sources is a great website about cervical cancer and other treatments that you can try to run through. But again, with cancer survival is usually low. Good luck.
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