Cancer of the uterus
diagnosed and treated early rarely causes complications; in fact, five-year survival rates are 95 percent when
the tumor diagnosed at an early stage. However, late diagnosis does not perform well. A uterine cancer detected
at an advanced stage can spread into other parts of the body to form other cancers (metastases). In this case,
the cancer is more difficult to be treated, and survival chance is low.
Uterine Cancer Diagnosis