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Uterine Cancer(includes endometrial cancer)
40,100 women are diagnosed each year
Protect yourselfGet annual gynecological checkups and tell your doctor about irregular bleeding. If you're high-risk (say, a family member has it), your doctor may suggest a transvaginal ultrasound and/or endometrial biopsy (sampling of the uterine lining).
21,650 women are diagnosed each year
Protect yourselfTell your doctor if you have any of these symptoms for more than a few weeks: bloating, pelvic pressure or abdominal pain, difficulty eating/feeling full quickly, or urinating frequently.
11,070 women are diagnosed each year
Protect yourselfGet a Pap test every one to three years and pelvic exams annually. Ask your doctor if you also should get an HPV DNA test (to check for strains of the virus that cause the disease) and the HPV vaccine.
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