Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Uterine cancer requires expert care from a dedicated team.

If you’ve been diagnosed with uterine cancer, you want a team of experts trained and experienced in treating the disease supporting you throughout your journey. The gynecologic oncologists at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) have years of advanced training and are experienced in diagnosing and treating women with cancers of the uterus. We understand the impact uterine and endometrial cancer may have on your life, your fertility, your psychological health and your family.

Recent breakthroughs have led to many advances in personalized approaches to various cancer types, including cancers of the female reproductive system like uterine cancer and endometrial cancer. Our gynecologic oncologists are available to provide you with a second opinion and design a treatment plan tailored to your tumor type, cancer stage and individual needs.

Explore this section to learn more about uterine cancer, its signs, symptoms and the advanced treatment options were offer.

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Survivor video

Melanie Cooke was diagnosed with a rare form of uterine cancer when she was 58 years old. Watch the video above to see how this dedicated athlete was committed to being physically active throughout her treatment. Read more of her inspiring story.

Gynecologic cancer infographic

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Each gynecologic cancer has different signs, symptoms and risk factors. Uterine cancer is the most common type. Learn more.

Learn about uterine cancer

The uterus is a hollow, muscular organ where a baby grows and develops throughout pregnancy. Uterine cancer may form in various areas of the uterus, but the majority of these cancers develop in the endometrium, the inner lining of the uterus. This type of cancer is referred to as endometrial cancer. Uterine sarcoma is a rarer type of uterine cancer that forms in the tissues of the uterus. The most common sign of uterine cancer is unusual vaginal bleeding.

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Uterine Cancer Diagnostic Evaluations

A thorough and accurate cancer diagnosis is critical to determining a uterine cancer patient’s treatment plan. Our multidisciplinary team of cancer experts uses a broad range diagnostic tests and tools to evaluate uterine cancer. Each patient’s cancer type, stage and overall health are considered when developing a treatment plan tailored to that patient’s needs and goals. Throughout treatment, imaging and laboratory tests will also be used monitor the response to treatment, and our cancer experts will modify the care plan when needed.

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Uterine Cancer Supportive Care Services

Uterine cancer and its treatments may cause a number of side effects, including pain, appetite loss and fatigue, each of which may impact patients’ quality of life. That’s why our doctors and clinicians work with each patient to address symptoms or side effects as early as possible, offering a variety of supportive care therapies designed to support quality of life. The goal is to help you maintain your strength and stamina so you are better able to stay on your treatment plan without delays or disruptions.

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Uterine Cancer Treatment Options

At Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), our multidisciplinary team of cancer experts works with each patient to develop a treatment plan tailored that patient’s specific needs. Each uterine cancer patient’s care team is typically led by a gynecologic oncologist, a doctor who treats cancers of the female reproductive system. Uterine cancer is often treated with a combination of treatments, such as surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy and/or hormone therapy. Throughout the treatment process, our uterine cancer experts monitor patients’ progress and make changes when necessary.

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