Uterine Cancer Claims Many Black LivesBy Radiant Health
Published: July 9, 2022
Instances of endometrial cancer, also known as uterine cancer, are on the rise, especially among Black women. Cancer of the uterus is expected to be the third most common type of cancer among women by 2040. The number of deaths caused by this particular cancer has been increasing by about 2% each year. However, few people are aware of the prevalence of the disease and the warning signs. Women should know that changes in menstrual bleeding, before or after menopause, pelvic pain, and pain with urination or intercourse are all potential symptoms.
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