Uterine Cancer

Uterine Cancer Treatment



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Clinical Trials

Clinical Trials for Female Cancers
Watch a recording of Dr. Dorigo's lecture on clinical trials for female cancers. Learn about available clinical trials and why they are important for patients.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Considering Stanford
How do I find the right doctor for me?
Is financial assistance available?
What gynecologic cancer support services are available?
Do I need a doctor referral to be seen at the Stanford Gynecologic Cancer Program?
What insurance plans does Stanford Health Care accept?
First Appointment
What can I expect on my first appointment?
What should I bring to my first appointment?
I need directions to the clinic. Where do I park?
How do I send my medical record to SHC?
Can my family member or friend attend my appointment?
Can I record my discussion with my doctor during my appointment?
What is the best way to get all my questions answered during my appointment?
Are translator services available?
Current Patients
What support resources are available to me?
How do I cancel or reschedule my appointment?
How do I know if a Clinical Trial is right for me?
How do I pay my bill?
Are translator services available?
International Patients
I live overseas. How do I access Stanford care?

Please call +1 650-723-8561 or email IMS@stanfordheatlhcare.org to get started. 

What Is Uterine Cancer?

Our Clinics

If you have been diagnosed with a gynecological cancer and would like Stanford Health Care to help plan your treatment, call the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center and ask to make an appointment. Your doctor can also reach out to our gynecologic oncologists. Within a week, we will have a nurse coordinator contact you to schedule an appointment.