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Endometrial cancer develops from abnormal cellular growth in the inner lining of the uterus and accounts for the majority of uterine cancer cases. It is typically diagnosed in women 50 and older. When diagnosed at an early stage before it spreads outside the uterus, endometrial cancer can be successfully treated using minimally invasive methods.
Knowing the symptoms and risk factors of the disease helps towards an early diagnosis. » Read more about: Risk Factors for Uterine Cancer »