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Top Doctor for Cervical Cancer in Islamabad - Dr. Nadeem Zia Abbasi
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Dr. Nadeem Zia Abbasi

MBBS, MSC, FCPS

Oncologist

Dr. Nadeem Zia Abbasi

MBBS, MSC, FCPS

Oncologist

Chemotherapy
Screening
Supportive Care
Councelling
29 years experience
G-8, Islamabad
Rs. 3,000
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Top Doctor for Cervical Cancer in Islamabad - Dr. Qasim Mahmood Buttar
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Dr. Qasim Mahmood Buttar

MBBS, FCPS, SCS Medical Oncology (UK)

Oncologist

Dr. Qasim Mahmood Buttar

MBBS, FCPS, SCS Medical Oncology (UK)

Oncologist

Blood Malignancy
Liver Cancer
Cancer Treatment
Bone Marrow Biopsy
19 years experience
Blue Area, Islamabad
Rs. 1,200
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Top Doctor for Cervical Cancer in Islamabad - Dr. Humaira Mahmood
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Dr. Humaira Mahmood

MBBS

Oncologist

Experience: N/A
Hanna Road, Islamabad
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Top Doctor for Cervical Cancer in Islamabad - Dr. Muhammad Ali Afridi
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Dr. Muhammad Ali Afridi

MBBS

Oncologist

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Pitras Bukhari Road, Islamabad
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Top Doctor for Cervical Cancer in Islamabad - Col. Dr. Saleem Ahmad Siddiqui
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Col. Dr. Saleem Ahmad Siddiqui

MBBS, F.R.C.P (Canada), F.C.C.P(USA)

Oncologist

Col. Dr. Saleem Ahmad Siddiqui

MBBS, F.R.C.P (Canada), F.C.C.P(USA)

Oncologist

Experience: N/A
Pitras Bukhari Road, Islamabad
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Top Doctor for Cervical Cancer in Islamabad - Dr. Muhammad Farrukh
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Dr. Muhammad Farrukh

MBBS, FCPS (PAK)

Oncologist

Experience: N/A
Pitras Bukhari Road, Islamabad
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Top Doctor for Cervical Cancer in Islamabad - Dr. Qasim
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Dr. Qasim

MBBS, FCPS

Oncologist

Experience: N/A
Ibn-e-Sina Road, Islamabad
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Top Doctor for Cervical Cancer in Islamabad - Dr. Azhar Mahmood Qureshi
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Dr. Azhar Mahmood Qureshi

FCPS

Oncologist

Experience: N/A
Islamabad
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What is Cervical Cancer?

Cervical cancer is a cancer arising from the cervix. It is due to the abnormal growth of cells that have the ability to invade or spread to other parts of the body. Early on, typically no symptoms are seen. Later symptoms may include abnormal vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain, or pain during sexual intercourse.