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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center: “Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer.”
American Cancer Society: “Endometrial Cancer,” "Immunotherapy for Endometrial Cancer," "Targeted Therapy for Endometrial Cancer."
MD Anderson Cancer Center: “Uterine Cancer Facts.”
National Cancer Institute: “Uterine Cancer.”
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute: “Endometrial Cancer.”
HealthyWomen.org: “Sex After a Hysterectomy.”
Cedars-Sinai Hospital: “Uterine Cancer Genetic Risk.”
NHS Choices: “Sex after hysterectomy.”
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