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High risk cancer cells found on pap

My question is about cervical cancer. I had high risk cancer cells found in 2008. We did the cryo and I did not follw up after. It has been a year and a half and I decided to get a pap smear and see the progress of the cryo. Unfortunately the pap came back abnormal. Does that mean it could have gotten worse and spread?
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replied August 23rd, 2009
Unfortunately, you did not specify the exact abnormality identified on your recent Pap smear. However, presumably, premalignant or malignant cells were identified on this exam. Your gynecologist will be able to interpret these results for you, and advise you regarding any additional procedures that might be necessary at this point.

Sincerely/ Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS

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