CURE’s uterine cancer page is a go-to resource for oncology news and updates in the world of uterine cancer Here, readers will find cancer articles, videos, podcasts, and more with expert insight into the latest treatments and research in uterine cancer.
February 8th 2022
Results from the SIENDO trial examining the effects of Xpovio as a frontline maintenance therapy in patients with advanced or recurrent endometrial cancer highlighted a significant survival benefit.
April 15th 2021
In this episode of the “CURE® Talks Cancer” podcast, Pamela Hegg details her journey with a rare form of endometrial cancer and explains how she’s able to stay positive through multiple recurrences.
March 22nd 2021
A three-time cancer survivor discusses the importance of genetic testing, listening to your body and teaching family members about your experiences to potentially protect them from future cancers.
May 30th 2020
“Although more evidence is needed before changing clinical practice, these are highly promising results, suggesting that (Bavencio) could prevent patients with chemo-resistant disease from the severe toxicity of chemotherapy combinations.”
May 14th 2020
It is hard enough dealing with cancer as a survivor, but what happens when one of your parents is diagnosed with cancer too?
March 30th 2020
Symptoms that mimic fibroids make diagnosing uterine sarcoma a rare and confounding cancer.
August 11th 2019
"Cancer is a journey — many use that expression. Well, I do not like this 'journey,' but I adore my tour guide, Ann Puglisi, RN, OCN, an oncology nurse at Kellogg Cancer Center in Evanston, Illinois,” wrote Lori Jaffee.
May 8th 2019
Cancer survivor Joanne Edwards talks with CURE® about the profound gratitude she felt when she received a ‘Caring and Sharing’ basket from a charity organization, and shares how their generosity made her want to pay it forward to other survivors.
April 4th 2019
We've got a sneak peek at what’s inside CURE®'s Women’s Cancers issue.
January 25th 2019
Nearly 90 percent of women experienced sexual dysfunction; however, providers were not openly communicating about this side effect, according to survey results.
September 13th 2018
“I’m just a single person. I don’t have money. I don’t have political influence. What I do have is my running shoes,” she said during the interview.
May 11th 2018
While there is no test, such as a mamogram or colonoscopy, for uterine cancer, vaginal bleeding is a telltale sign of the disease.
March 20th 2018
Cancer survivors need role models. Senator Mary Gordon Ellis (1890-1934) has inspired women in South Carolina for generations. Her ability to juggle cancer and life remains a beacon to all of us.
December 29th 2017
In recent years, the number of available gynecologic cancer clinical trials has gone down. The Foundation for Women's Cancer educates women about the trials that are available, and encourages them speak up publicly about the need for more.
December 15th 2017
Women with presumed uterine growths known as fibroids who underwent laparoscopic power morcellation (LPM) have higher rates of uterine cancer recurrence and worse outcomes compared to those who got manual or no morcellation, according to a recent release published by the Food and Drug Administration.
February 3rd 2017
Group exercise programs are beneficial to survivors of cancer, and can offer motivation from peers to continue living a healthy lifestyle.
December 6th 2016
A rock band made up of gynecologic oncologists is connecting with patients and their fans through rock music.
November 22nd 2016
There are many misconceptions about genetic testing in cancer, but the SGO crafted a new toolkit to help patients and providers navigate the field.
September 6th 2016
Several factors cause women a delay in getting surgery to treat endometrial cancer.
May 9th 2016
Although it is often a sensitive topic to discuss, being obese puts women at a higher risk for developing — and dying from— endometrial cancer.
August 7th 2015
Women who take birth control pills may be protecting themselves against endometrial cancer -- and not just during the years that they use these medications, but in the long term.
January 23rd 2015
There are some things known to increase the risk of gynecologic cancers. Bottom line, being a woman puts you at risk.