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Endometrial cancer is associated with significant morbidity in the community due to surgery and radiotherapy. There is currently no effective screening procedure for early detection, and the five year survival is poor for certain subtypes of the cancer, particularly for those presenting at an advanced clinical stage.
The Australian National Endometrial Cancer Study is a collaboration between epidemiologists, geneticists, molecular biologists and clinicians. The aim is to identify the causes of endometrial cancer, particularly in Australian women, to help prevent it from occurring and to treat it better when it does occur.
For the study we have recruited participants nation-wide. We have collected a broad array of information from each participant, including questionnaire data on lifestyle exposures, family history of cancer, medical information, and biological specimens including blood samples. We are now in the follow up phase of the study.
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