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Laparoscopy over laparotomy is the choice doctors should make to decrease post-operation complications when staging endometrial cancer:Continue reading
Metformin, traditionally used to treat diabetes, may be an important part of adjuvant therapy for endometrial cancer:Continue reading
Eating a sugary diet may increase the risk of developing endometrial cancer by upwards of 33%:Continue reading
We have not been able to identify any statically significant proof of efficacy of the chemotherapy treatment for the endometrial cancer. The improvement in the outcomes seems marginal. Hi David- My wifeContinue reading
“We observed that at concentrations higher than 5 μM, eCBs and C-B-D induced a significant reduction in cell viability in both Ishikawa and Hec50co cells…” Dear Cancer Coach: I am postContinue reading
A "watch and wait" course of action for patients diagnosed with endometrial polyps may be the best course of action, recent studies show:Continue reading
“Selective targeting of TPRV1 by AEA, C-B-D, or other stable analogues may be an attractive research area for the treatment of estrogen-dependent endometrial cancer.” Dear Cancer Coach: I am post opContinue reading
Though hysteroscopy plays an important role in both diagnosing and staging endometrial cancer, it may cause endometrial cancer cells to spread to the peritoneum, researchers say:Continue reading
Vitamin D may prevent the development of endometrial cancer, as it inhibited endometrial carcinogenesis in mice:Continue reading
Exercise may be a critical component of endometrial cancer prevention, and walking for thirty minutes a day five days a week is enough to make a difference.Continue reading