Cervical Cancer

At Roswell Park our multidisciplinary cervical cancer team includes some of the nation’s leading physicians, surgeons, and radiologists. Whether you are newly diagnosed, considering treatment options or seeking a second opinion, we work to establish a foundation of support you can depend on at every turn.

Women with early stage cervical cancer may be candidates for minimally invasive robot-assisted surgery. The precision of this approach means reduced risk of infection, less blood loss, less pain, faster recovery times and shorter hospital stays.

Kunle Odunsi, MD, PhD, FRCOG, FACOG

You’ll have access to physicians who set the standard for treatment of gynecologic cancers worldwide. Our gynecologic oncologists are panel members for the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), which creates guidelines outlining the best ways to treat each of the major cancers.

An accurate analysis by a pathologist is critical in determining the best approach to treatment. Our scientists analyze large numbers of specimens and review a high volume of cases. This expertise allows them to identify even slight variances, which may distinguish a highly treatable cancer from one that is more aggressive.

We provide education and outreach through the Witness Project® of Buffalo and Niagara, a community and faith-based program, that increases awareness of the importance of screening for cervical cancers among African-American women, especially those in a lower socio-economic class.