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Microsatellite instability (MSI) doesn’t have anything to do with satellites in the sky, but it can have serious implications for endometrial cancer risk and future treatments. Here’s what you should know.
After a cancer diagnosis, one of the first things you want to know is how far the disease has progressed. This how your doctors figure it out.
Learn the basics about this type of uterine cancer is diagnosed and staged, including types of tests.
An easy-to-implement plan for managing your worries about endometrial cancer.
Get the facts about the most common gynecological cancer, including risk factors, diagnosis, treatments, and more, straight from a doctor.
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with this type of uterine cancer, knowing their MSI status could impact treatment.
Could your endometrial cancer be caused by microsatellite instability, the cause of at least 20 percent of endometrial cancers? Here’s how to find out.
Gynecologic oncologist Mian Shahzad, M.D., answers our top questions on how MSI impacts endometrial cancer.
Uterine cancer is one of the most common gynecological cancers. Learn about your risk factors, symptoms, and tips for lowering your risk of uterine cancer.
Endometrial cancer is on the rise. Here’s what you need to know about your potential risk factors and how to stay as healthy as possible.