Women can reduce their risk of endometrial cancer with physical activity and being a healthy weight, according to a new AICR/WCRF report that analyzed the global research on diet, activity, and weight. Here, Elisa Bandera, MD, PhD, the panel lead of this CUP report, talks about the findings.
AICR's new report shows that eating a diet high in glycemic load increases the risk of endometrial cancer. What is glycemic load and how does it fit into your dinner plans? Here, Alice Bender, MS, RDN, explains.
AICR's new report on reducing endometrial cancer risk is out. Here, Elisa Bandera, MD, PhD, the panel lead of this CUP report talks about the report’s findings and what it means.
The new CUP report on endometrial cancer shows there are concrete steps women can take to reduce their risk. If you work with patients or you want to share online, here's the latest evidences and steps women can take.
Published on October 23, 2013