Conclusions In conclusion, cervical cancer survival is low in Ghana and is likely to be improved if a greater proportion of the disease is detected early. Improving knowledge of the disease for early diagnosis, reducing financial barriers, and greater organization of health care delivery are likely to improve survival from cervical cancer in Ghana.
- Cervical cancer
- CT–computed tomography
- FIGO–International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics
- KATH–Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital
- KBTH–Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
- LMICs–low- and middle-income countries
- HR–hazard ratio
- SCC–squamous cell carcinoma
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