Resources to Share

CDC offers scientifically accurate information about uterine cancer in a variety of formats. See more gynecologic cancer resources.

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This public service announcement (PSA) was developed by the Inside Knowledge campaign for organizations and individuals to share with local media. To request video files, please contact CDC-INFO.

Knowledge Is Power: Uterine Cancer
This short animated video informs women about uterine cancer symptoms; recognizing symptoms helps find this cancer early, when treatment works best.

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Women, if you have symptoms, listen to your body, don’t be afraid. Call your doctor— the sooner the better. Dee M., Uterine Cancer Survivor

Women, if you have symptoms, listen to your body, don’t be afraid. Call your doctor— the sooner the better. Dee M., Uterine Cancer Survivor

I was extremely fortunate I caught this cancer early. Had I put it off and waited, the outcome could have been completely different. Dee M., Uterine Cancer Survivor

It’s been 17 years since my uterine cancer diagnosis. I tell other women, listen to your body—it does tell you things. Lynn H., Uterine Cancer Survivor

Women, educate yourselves about the symptoms of gynecologic cancers. Any bleeding after menopause is a signal to at least get checked out. It’s so important. Toni C., Uterine Cancer Survivor

Be brave. Ask questions. Get the facts about gynecologic cancer.

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Note: Content developed by CDC’s Inside Knowledge campaign is available for public use exactly as it is found on CDC’s web site, without being changed in any way. If you have questions about how you may use these campaign resources, or if you would like to request print ads or print disks, please call 1 (800) CDC-INFO (800-232-4636) or contact CDC-INFO.

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Uterine Cancer fact sheet pdf icon[PDF-645KB]

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Jenny Allen

Jenny Allen, ovarian and uterine cancer survivor: Be Brave. Ask Questions.

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Jenny Allen

Jennie M., ovarian and uterine cancer survivor: Here’s What Happened

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