Diagnosis of cancer of the uterus
Follow the links below to learn more about the diagnostic tests for cancer of the uterus, its staging and prognosis, and the kind of health professionals you may see.
Many people feel understandably shocked and upset when told they have cancer of the uterus. If you need support, call Cancer Council 13 11 20.
Learn more about:
- Staging, grading and prognosis
- Your health care team
- Video: Cancer and common diagnostic tests
Video: Cancer and common diagnostic tests
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