Endometrial (uterine) cancer is the most common gynecologic cancer in the United States - more common than cervical and ovarian cancer. It also has one of the worst mortality disparities in all cancers in the U.S. Black women are almost twice as likely to die from endometrial cancer compared with white women in the U.S. This is partly because Black women are more likely to be diagnosed later. Earlier diagnosis may lead to better outcomes!
We are holding focus groups with Black women ages 50 and older and Black women ages 35-49 who have experienced bleeding that is of concern to them. We are looking to understand what makes it easier or harder to get an endometrial cancer screening/diagnosis so, together, we can improve the healthcare process.
If you are eligibile and do participate in the focus groups, we are offering $100 as an appreciation for your time and contributions to this work.
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This study has been approved by the Insitutional Review Board of the University of Washington. 
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