Racial gap in uterine cancer survival shrinking

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NEW YORK - The racial gap in endometrial cancer survival has begun to narrow, but black women are still more likely to die from the disease than are white women, according to a new analysis of U.S. cancer ... Full Story
kaherine schmidt

Hamden, CT

#1 May 23, 2007
,i have to great kids. i am worried about my surgery. i am having a complete hysterectomy on june 5th. i pray that will get rid of the csncer. i am concerned that even if i have the surgery that it will come back in snother part of y body,and i see that alot of white wman die after five years. even if i have a hysterectomy,will i have the same risk factors of dying in five years? thank you for your time,and god bless.

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