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Uterine (womb) cancer

Uterine cancer, also referred to as sometimes womb or endometrial cancer. In the UK, womb cancer is the 4th most common cancers of all women’s cancers. It mostly occurs in women over 40 years of age.

Around 95% of womb cancers affect the endometrial lining or the glandular cells of the womb. 

Rutherford Treatment Options

  • Proton Beam Therapy Available
  • Radiotherapy Available
  • Chemotherapy Available
  • Immunotherapy Available

Symptoms

Symptoms caused by uterine cancer can depend on where in the womb it is situated and the rate at which it is growing. Some people may have symptoms, whereas others may not experience any.

 

Here are some common symptoms that may be experienced:

  • Bleeding after the menopause (most common symptom)
  • Bleeding in between periods or heavier periods than usual
  • Bloody or pink and watery vaginal discharge

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please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Call us on 0800 210 0402 or

Further information & support

Being diagnosed with uterine (womb) cancer and deciding on the best treatment can be daunting, for full details on uterine (womb) treatment options or to discuss a diagnosis, please contact our enquiries team. Our enquiries team will endeavour to help you assess your treatment options and advise which consultants could be best placed to plan your treatment pathway.

Macmillan Cancer Support offers a wide range of information and support, as well as help with your practical, emotional, and financial needs. All telephone helplines are free and confidential, and interpreting services are also available.

Freephone: 0808 808 00 00

(Monday to Friday, 9.00am – 8.00pm)

Website: www.macmillan.org.uk

 

 

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