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Specific screening tests can detect dysplasia or precancerous changes. In fact, women with a history of cervical cancer or pre-cancer have an increased risk of anal cancer. The lesions typically form inside the anal canal or just outside the anal opening. Another way to screen for anal dysplasia is through anoscopy. Check out our blog on the Farrah Fawcett TV special. Several factors can affect your risk of anal cancer. If cancer does develop, it can be treated very early and with good results. How do people get anal cancer? References Deng GE, et al.