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Join Martha Jean, endometrial cancer survivor and ECANA ambassador, as she describes her experience at the ECANA Conference for Community, Education, and Research Training, and her intentions to make a difference for people diagnosed with EC.

"The Life You Save Is Going to Be Your Own!" Join Jurline, endometrial cancer survivor and ECANA Ambassador, as she describes the life-saving benefits of early detection in her diagnosis journey.

Jurline discusses the urgent need for awareness-raising around EC. As a community, we can change the narrative so that everyone knows about EC.

Lisa, EC Survivor and ECANA Ambassador, discusses strategies for being your own best advocate in the doctor's office and beyond. She reminds us that we are not alone in our journeys!

Lisa describes the feeling of finding a safety net among the ECANA community. She reminds us that it is imperative that Black EC survivors have a voice in the cancer and medical communities.

Martha Jean, EC Survivor and ECANA Steering Group member, tells the story of how she found her way back to taking time for herself and taking care of her health after her diagnosis. When she's not spending time supporting ECANA, you'll find her near the river blowing bubbles!

Patricia, ECANA Ambassador, describes the ups and downs of life during and after treatment. Her journey lead her to want to support other women going through the same thing.

Join Heide - attendee at ECANA's Conference for Community, Education, and Research Training - as she shares her journey from putting her health second, to putting it first. She shares the benefits of putting your health before other responsibilities, and the challenges of doing so.

Watch this video to hear Adrienne, ECANA Steering Group advisor, as she talks about taking initiative to prepare herself with information before going to specialist and follow-up appointments, and how you can take initiative with gathering the knowledge you need.
Watch this video to hear Margie, ECANA Steering Group advisor, talk about how she navigated the medical information coming in after her diagnosis by seeking second and third opinions, the clarity and calm she found in doing so, and how you can go after another opinion, too!