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Why do patients at higher risk for endometrial cancer wait longer for treatment?

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  • Marlene Fryer says:

    I agree that the time from diagnosis to surgery should be much shorter. I had bleeding and a tumor. I had a hysterectomy but they didn’t get it all. I feel if they had done surgery sooner it would not have had a chance to spread. It was a very scarey experience for sure. I’m still here to tell the tale. Thanks to my great oncologist and Cyberknife radiation. People who are overweight would rather be skinny believe me.

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Michael Chaikof

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Michael Chaikof is a fifth year OB/GYN resident – and soon to be urogynecology fellow – at the University of Toronto. He completed the Certificate in Health Impact Program in 2019.

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