The American College of OB/GYN released practice guidelines for treatment of endometrial cancer..first published in Aug 2005 so treatment is fairly standardized. What is comforting as an internist to know is that 90% of patients develop symptomatic bleeding or discharge that alerts us to a problem. The incidence is expected to rise with the rising incidence of obesity.
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