• Endometrial Cancer

    Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Care

    If you or a loved one has endometrial cancer — or if you think you may have endometrial cancer — the endometrial cancer team at Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center (DF/BWCC) is here to help. The internationally recognized team of experts at the Susan F. Smith Center for Women's Cancers is dedicated to providing compassionate care and personalized diagnosis, treatment, and support for every endometrial cancer patient and her family.

    Exceptional Care for Patients with Endometrial Cancer — You Have...

    • A team of gynecologic oncology specialists — among the leading experts in endometrial cancer diagnosis and treatment — who are setting treatment guidelines for other physicians around the world
    • A comprehensive diagnosis from pathologists who are exclusively dedicated to gynecologic cancer and make thousands of diagnoses each year
    • Numerous clinical trials for endometrial cancer, some of which may not be available elsewhere
    • The latest options in surgical treatment, including robotic surgery: Our gynecologic surgical oncologists pioneered minimally-invasive options for endometrial cancer treatment and perform 1,500 gynecological procedures each year.
    • Genetic testing and counseling and personalized early detection strategies for women and their families who have a hereditary risk of endometrial, ovarian and other cancers.
    • New radiation treatments that preserve healthy tissue and significantly reduce side effects
    • The benefits of groundbreaking research: Our physician-scientists are leading national and international studies of drugs that target the genetic and molecular drivers of endometrial cancers, bringing new and more effective treatments to patients more quickly.
    • Specialized care for women with sexual health or fertility concerns, and access to a wide array of support services and survivorship care 

    We Treat You, Not Just Your Cancer

    We offer many programs to support our patients and their families before, during, and after treatment, including:

    Next: About Endometrial Cancer 

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