Written by Dr. D. Sunitha | 
Medically Reviewed by dr. reeja tharu, M.Phil.,Ph.D on Mar 03, 2016

Endometrial Cancer - Support Groups

Support groups for women dealing with uterine cancer are very helpful. Having someone to talk with who is going through similar experiences is often helpful. In a support group, members provide each other with emotional and non-professional support. The help may take the form of providing relevant information, relating personal experiences, listening to others' experiences, providing sympathetic understanding and establishing social networks. Support groups also offer you information on treatment options, prognosis, and follow-up care. Your doctor can recommend one in your area.

1. www.siteman.wustl.edu/womenscancers.aspx

The Siteman Cancer Center offers a variety of support groups for patients, families and loved ones whose lives have been touched by cancer.

2. http://dailystrength.org/support/Cancers/Uterine_Cancer/

This center helps you to get immediate support from others like you, Learn about treatments and ways to cope and get recommendations of medical professionals.

3. http://www.seattlecca.org/patientsandfamilies/adultCare/clinicalProgs

The staff at SCCA can help you deal with the emotions that surround your cancer, even after you are cured or in remission. SCCA has Social workers, Psychiatrists and Psychologists and Pastoral services available.


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  2. Uterine Cancer Prognosis - (http://cancer.emedtv.com/uterine-cancer/uterine-cancer-prognosis-p2.html)


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