Receiving a uterine cancer diagnosis is scary. This type of cancer affects approximately 61,000 women every year. At Allegheny Health Network (AHN) Cancer Institute, you’re not alone: Our team provides women with personalized, sophisticated, and compassionate care, every step of the way.
We offer the most rigorous treatment options in the region. You meet with a team of physicians, typically within three days of diagnosis. We get right to work on developing the most effective treatment plan to help you feel better, faster.
Uterine cancer care at AHN
At the AHN Cancer Institute, you can expect patient-centric, advanced care. You meet with your devoted oncology team who reviews every aspect of your diagnosis and discusses a treatment plan with you. We begin treatment right away.
We continue to meet regularly throughout your treatment to monitor your progress and change the treatment approach, if necessary. Our approach to care includes robust support services to treat the whole person, such as support groups and palliative care.
We also cater to your emotional needs after diagnosis. We know the logistics of cancer treatment can be overwhelming. A Navigation Team can coordinate appointments, answer questions, and provide guidance. An oncology social worker helps patients and families cope with the emotional aspects of living with cancer.
Learn more about why people choose us for uterine cancer treatment.
Diagnosing uterine cancer
Our oncology team has deep experience diagnosing uterine cancer. We offer the latest testing options, including biopsies and transvaginal ultrasounds, to obtain a rapid, precise diagnosis. Find out more about uterine cancer diagnosis.
Uterine cancer treatment
We offer cutting-edge treatments designed to keep you living your life, including the newest chemotherapy medications, targeted radiation therapy, and minimally invasive robotic surgery. We also participate in clinical trials, ensuring you have access to the latest treatment options. And at our After Hours Oncology Clinic, you can get the medical care you need without having to go to an ER. Get more information on uterine cancer treatment.