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    Can lymph nodes in the chest from cervical cancer be removed?

    Or can they be treated with radiotherapy?
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    Thanks for this question. Our Medical Advisory Panellist Professor Jonathan Carter has said that enlarged lymph nodes in the chest cannot generally be surgically removed but it is always important to check on your personal situation with your own medical practitioner.

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