November 2022 Part 2 of 2 – Endometrial Cancer Special Issue Series
ECANA: Endometrial Cancer Action Network for African-Americans: An interview with Jacqueline Mbayo, Adrienne Moore, and Margie Wilson about the work of the ECANA community
From their “Survivors’ Sanctuary” to their collaboration with academic researchers, the Endometrial Cancer Action Network for African-Americans (ECANA) is a national organization dedicated to improving the lives of Black women with endometrial cancer.
Dr. Binder, of the University of California, San Diego, describes immunotherapy as the most recent advance in the treatment of endometrial cancer.
SurvivorshipFertility PreservationEndometrial Cancer
For young adults facing a cancer diagnosis, consideration of fertility preservation is an important component of the treatment plan.
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