Surgery is cutting away body tissue. It is used to treat lots of types of cancer.
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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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