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Uterine Cancer

Dennis R. Scribner, M.D.
While there is no test, such as a mamogram or colonoscopy, for uterine cancer, vaginal bleeding is a telltale sign of the disease.
Felicia Mitchell
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.
Katie Kosko
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.
Brielle Urciuoli
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.
 
Brielle Urciuoli
Group exercise programs are beneficial to survivors of cancer, and can offer motivation from peers to continue living a healthy lifestyle.
Laura Panjwani
A rock band made up of gynecologic oncologists is connecting with patients and their fans through rock music.
Allie Casey
There are many misconceptions about genetic testing in cancer, but the SGO crafted a new toolkit to help patients and providers navigate the field.
Gina Columbus
Several factors cause women a delay in getting surgery to treat endometrial cancer. 
Brielle Urciuoli
Although it is often a sensitive topic to discuss, being obese puts women at a higher risk for developing — and dying from— endometrial cancer. 
Surabhi Dangi-Garimella, PhD
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.
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