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Research & Advocacy: Get involved, help to solve!

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In this section, you can learn about the latest research on endometrial cancer and racial disparities, hear from investigators in the field, learn about what it's like to be involved with research partnership, and get involved yourself.


If you have had endometrial cancer and identify as Black/African-American please take a moment to fill out the ECANA Community Survey - part of our efforts to make sure endometrial cancer research reflects your voice.

If you are an investigator, a patient involved with a research partnership, or interested in getting involved, please contact us - we would love to hear from you! 

Research Resources

Lynch Syndrome & EC: Should I Get Tested?

EC is being diagnosed at younger and younger ages for many reasons. One major reason is a genetic condition called Lynch Syndrome. This is an inherited… Read More

ECANA Community Survey

The Endometrial Cancer Action Network for African Americans (ECANA) is launching the first ever national survey of Black/African-Americans who have had… Read More

A Seat at the Research Table

Perspectives from a patient who became an advisor for a research study.