The pathway map provides an overview of the evidence-based best practices for the management of patients in Ontario during a specific phase of the cancer journey. The pathway map was developed according to an iterative and multidisciplinary process which emphasizes evidence-based medicine and incorporates input from leading experts.
Please see below for the list of experts involved in the development of Cervical Cancer Pathway Map.
While every effort should be made to deliver care in concordance with this pathway map, it is important to note that the circumstances of individuals may vary. It should be understood that factors including comorbidities, contraindications and patient choice may result in deviation from the pathway map.
Cervical Cancer Prevention & Screening
Cervical Cancer Diagnosis
Cervical Cancer Treatment
Cervical Cancer Follow-up
Disclaimer: The pathway maps are intended to be used for informational purposes only. The pathway maps are not intended to constitDisclaimer: The pathway maps are intended to be used for informational purposes only. The pathway maps are not intended to constitute or be a substitute for medical advice and should not be relied upon in any such regard. Further, all pathway maps are subject to clinical judgment and actual practice patterns may not follow the proposed steps set out in the pathway maps. In the situation where the reader is not a healthcare provider, the reader should always consult a healthcare provider if he/she has any questions regarding the information set out in the pathway maps. The information in the pathway maps does not create a physician-patient relationship between Cancer Care Ontario (CCO) and the reader.
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