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The uterine cancer survival rate is a statistic that is calculated by researchers who have evaluated data relating to thousands of patients who were diagnosed and treated several years ago. The prevailing screening, diagnostic and treatment options from years ago were less advanced than those available to patients today. In fact, some of the treatments available today may not have even existed when the current statistic was determined. Therefore, if you are interested in learning about the survival rate, you are encouraged to talk with a physician who is familiar with your individual circumstances. In this way, you can ensure that you receive the most reliable information.

Additionally, medical experts have identified several key factors that can potentially improve the uterine cancer survival rate, such as: 

  • Maintaining a healthy weight
  • Being familiar with your body
  • Knowing what is normal for you
  • Staying vigilant for signs and symptoms
  • Consulting with a physician about abnormal vaginal bleeding or any other unusual circumstances
  • Receiving individualized treatment

Because early detection is a key factor in uterine cancer outcomes, it is vital to pay close attention to your body and consult with a physician if you notice any changes, especially unusual vaginal bleeding. If you would like to have your symptoms evaluated, you are welcome to consult with the oncologists specializing in uterine cancer at Moffitt Cancer Center. We offer outstanding care and support in a serene and comfortable setting. For added patient convenience, we make every specialist, test and treatment available in one location, and we do not require referrals.

If you have questions about the uterine cancer survival rate, please call 1-888-663-3488. Or, you can schedule an appointment to consult with our uterine cancer team using our convenient new patient registration form.