Endometrial cancer.

@article{Amant2005EndometrialC,
  title={Endometrial cancer.},
  author={Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Amant and Philippe Moerman and Patrick Neven and Dirk Timmerman and Erik van Limbergen and Ignace Vergote},
  journal={Lancet},
  year={2005},
  volume={366 9484},
  pages={491-505}
}
Each year, endometrial cancer develops in about 142,000 women worldwide, and an estimated 42,000 women die from this cancer. The typical age-incidence curve for endometrial cancer shows that most cases are diagnosed after the menopause, with the highest incidence around the seventh decade of life. The appearance of symptoms early in the course explains why most women with endometrial cancer have early-stage disease at presentation. For all stages taken together, the overall 5-year survival is… CONTINUE READING
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