of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States (CDC)
States indicated that between 1999 and 2015, the incidence of morbidity from
Uterine cancer increases by 12% in this country, which means that every year
they increased by about 0.7%. In addition, more than two-thirds of these cases are
they are treated for endometrial cancer, the tissue that covers the inner wall of the endometrium
The theory of
researchers, with respect to
the increase in these cancers, focuses on sustained growth
obesity in recent decades. it is
explains that, in general, uterine cancer is the result of the circulation
excessive estrogen, which happens especially when the woman has it
overweight or obese and has completed menopause.
scientists have indicated that women in overweight or obese condition
they have about two to four times more chances to develop cancer
to the endometrium than those having a normal weight relative to their size.
It should be noted
that early detection of uterine cancer can generate treatment
with good predictions and saved lives.