5 Things to Know About Uterine Cancer

One Uterine cancer (also called endometrial cancer) is the most common of the gynecologic cancers. In the United States in 2013, an estimated 49,560 women will be diagnosed with uterine cancer, and an estimated 8,190 women will die from the disease. (Incidence/mortality data from the American Cancer Society) Two Nearly all uterine cancers start in the […]

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5 Things To Know About Ovarian Cancer

One Ovarian cancer is the second most common gynecologic cancer, but it the most deadly of them. In 2013, an estimated 22,240 women in the US will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer. An estimated 14,030 women will die from ovarian cancer this year. (Incidence/mortality data from the American Cancer Society) Two There is no screening […]

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Should I Get the Flu Vaccine?

In the United States, the influenza (or “flu”) season starts as early as October and often goes through the following March. The peak of the season is usually somewhere in the months of January and February. This is the period of time when people are likely to become sick with influenza and spread influenza to […]

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