A team of cancer specialists (including gynecologic oncologists, surgical oncologists and radiation therapists) meets regularly to discuss your needs and personalize your care. Together with you, we plan appropriate therapies for you. We base your plan on several factors, including the cancer type, the areas affected and your overall health.
Endometrial cancer treatment usually includes surgery to remove part or all of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes. Our surgeons treat endometrial cancer using leading techniques, including minimally invasive robotic surgery.
In robotic surgery, robotic arms guide our surgeons’ movements. This tool leads to a high level of precision for advanced disease or cancer in hard-to-reach places.
Robotic tools also provide a less invasive way to identify cancer that has spread to lymph nodes. Robotic surgery’s tiny incisions may help you get back to your usual routines faster or with less pain.
Your doctor may recommend radiation therapy, chemotherapy or a combination to destroy any cancer cells that remain in your body after surgery.
Our cancer doctors offer some of today’s most advanced medical oncology treatments. For instance, we use cancer drugs that specifically target endometrial cancer cells to stop them from spreading.
Our radiation oncologists use sophisticated machines and computer technology to destroy cancer cells with high doses of high-energy beams, destroying cancer while protecting healthy tissues.
We offer fertility preservation surgery as an option for women of childbearing age who have early-stage cancers and meet specific criteria. For this sophisticated procedure, surgeons use delicate techniques to remove cancer tissue while sparing reproductive organs to preserve fertility.
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