Welcome to ECANA's education resources!
In this section you will find reading materials and practical tools created by and for Black women. We hope these will provide anyone with new diagnosis of endometrial cancer or navigating appointments to investigate abnormal or postmenopausal bleeding with the information necessary to take charge of your health, advocate for your needs, and communicate effectively with your care team.
A note about the sources we use for education materials:
We believe in providing you with information that you can trust. That means we take everything into consideration: strong medical evidence and wisdom and knowledge from the community. We also lean on health care providers focused on Black women’s health to contribute.
We don’t have all the answers. We also want to hear from YOU. Submit information that we might have missed or questions that you would like us to address.
If you are a clinician and would like ECANA informational cards and education pamphlets to display at your clinic. please contact us here.