Cancer type, location, aggression of the cancer, and which stage you are in will all help determine which treatment will be best for you. Treatments include chemotherapy, radiotherapy, hormone therapies, biological therapies, and surgeries. No treatment is a guaranteed cure for cancer however, and while there can be advantages to these treatments, there are also some down-sides. The two most comm... ... middle of paper ... ...bloating and pain of the stomach or pelvic region. You are more prone to this cancer if you are postmenopausal or have never been pregnant.
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