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African American women face a more aggressive type of endometrial cancer. Researchers can't explain why - PBS NewsHour



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African American women face a more aggressive type of endometrial cancer. Researchers can't explain why 
PBS NewsHour
It's a puzzle with answers that have long eluded researchers: African American women are more likely to have a more aggressive form of endometrial cancer and more than twice as likely to die from it than white women, according to the American Cancer ...

 


Nearly half of US cancer deaths blamed on unhealthy behavior - Washington Post



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Nearly half of US cancer deaths blamed on unhealthy behavior 
Washington Post
Among the findings: ? Smoking accounted for 82 percent of lung cancers. ? Excess body weight was associated with 60 percent of uterine cancers and about one-third of liver cancers. ? Alcohol intake was associated with 25 percent of liver cancers in ...
Cancer: 42 percent of cases down to risk factors you can change Medical News Today
Study calculates contribution of risk factors to cancer in the US Medical Xpress
Many cancers associated with modifiable risk factors Healio
Daily Mail 
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Long Haul for Breast Cancer Survivors: Disease Can Return After 20 Years - Healthline



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Long Haul for Breast Cancer Survivors: Disease Can Return After 20 Years 
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?The most serious side effects of tamoxifen are higher risk of uterine cancer and blood clots. AIs can cause accelerated bone loss. Both share all the quality of life issues: vaginal dryness, hot flashes, night sweats, and changes to mood, weight, and ...

 


Uterine cancer survivor Wendy Ericsson co-chairs The Foundation to End Women's Cancer's National Race to End ... - The Reporter



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Uterine cancer survivor Wendy Ericsson co-chairs The Foundation to End Women's Cancer's National Race to End ... 
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Wendy's Warriors co-captains Lindsay Sweet, left, and Wendy Ericsson, photographed at a previous National Race to End Women's Cancer. Ericsson, a uterine cancer survivor and a Worcester Township resident, co-chairs this year's National Race to End ...

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Women's wellness: endometrial cancer ? risk factors, screening, treatment - Duluth News Tribune



Women's wellness: endometrial cancer ? risk factors, screening, treatment 
Duluth News Tribune
Q: My sister, who is 56, recently was diagnosed with early-stage endometrial cancer. I'm wondering if this kind of cancer runs in families. Could I be at risk for it, too? Are there other things that can raise a woman's risk for endometrial cancer? Are ...

 


Uterine cancer: Hormone replacement therapies, obesity linked to ... - Herald Sun



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Uterine cancer: Hormone replacement therapies, obesity linked to ... 
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THOUSANDS of Aussie mothers and grandmothers are falling victim to a secret rise in uterine cancer with the number of cases of the deadly disease tripling in ...

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Lexi Thompson blew a 2-foot putt in stunning LPGA season finale loss - SB Nation



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Lexi Thompson blew a 2-foot putt in stunning LPGA season finale loss 
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There were also the two wins following the ANA, eight other top-10 finishes (including Sunday's), and, far more important, the relief that her mother, a breast cancer survivor, was cancer-free following treatments for uterine cancer. That news allowed ...
CME Group Tour Championship: Ariya wins tournament; Lexi takes $1 million, Vare Trophy Naples Daily News

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Cancer Doc Tells Gospel Singer: 'Your God' Replaced Tumors with a Baby - CBN News



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Cancer Doc Tells Gospel Singer: 'Your God' Replaced Tumors with a Baby 
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Gospel singer Blair Monique Walker says God removed her uterine tumor and replaced it with a baby. The Christian artist who sang background vocals for gospel favorites like Smokie Norful, Earnest Pugh, Ted Winn and Beverly Crawford, posted her ...

 


'I'm Permanently Damaged.' Woman Sues After She Says Doctors Unnecessarily Removed Her Breasts and Uterus - TIME



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'I'm Permanently Damaged.' Woman Sues After She Says Doctors Unnecessarily Removed Her Breasts and Uterus 
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Last year, Elisha Cooke-Moore made the hardest decision of her life: After doctors said genetic tests revealed that she was at risk for aggressive breast and ovarian cancers, she says she followed their recommendation and underwent surgery to remove ...
Mistake in interpreting test results led to removal of breasts, uterus, Oregon woman says The Denver Post
Woman says surgeons mistakenly removed her breasts and uterus New York Post
Woman says docs misread test, resulting in unneeded surgeries ... New York Daily News
Atlanta Journal Constitution 
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'Damaged for the rest of my life': Woman says surgeons mistakenly ... - Washington Post



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'Damaged for the rest of my life': Woman says surgeons mistakenly ... 
Washington Post
Elisha Cooke-Moore had been told she had cancer-causing genes. The 36-year-old mother said an obstetrician-gynecologist noted that the results of her ...
Oregon woman sues over hysterectomy, double mastectomy | Daily ... Daily Mail
Woman says she was misled into mastectomy, hysterectomy NEWS10 ABC

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