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Endiometrial Cancer

Pearly White
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Hi all, Im new to this group and newly diagnosed!

daloni
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Hi Pearly White 

welcome to the Online Community, although I am sorry to see you finding us and so sorry to hear that you have been diagnosed with endometrial cancer

Any cancer diagnosis brings a lot of stress and confusion but talking with people who are on the same journey can help a lot and will reduce the whirlwind wind that is rushing in your head.

I was diagnosed with womb cancer over five years ago and I can safely say the  Womb (uterus) cancer group was my lifeline. I met where women who understood the journey I was on. I could ask about tests, treatments and what to expect during the months ahead and be honest about what I was feeling. 

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All the very best.