Womb (endometrial) cancer The womb and womb cancer
The womb (uterus) is a pear-shaped organ where a baby is carried during pregnancy. The most common type of womb cancer is endometrial cancer.
Order or download our free booklet about womb (endometrial or uterine) cancer. It covers symptoms, diagnosis, possible treatments, and practical issues.
Waiting to hear the results of tests can be a worrying time. You can talk to us about how you are feeling.
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Daloni writes about how the womb cancer support group became her 'place of safety' where she could share anything. She's now a Community Champion and helps other women with their cancer journey. Read about her experiences.
A place for people affected by womb cancer (also known as uterus or endometrial cancer) to support one another, ask questions, and share their experiences.
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