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How do I manage my uterine sarcoma on a daily basis?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

The best thing you can do to manage your uterine sarcoma is to follow the treatment plan you and your doctor have chosen. Any surgical treatment will require recovery time, so taking it easy is essential. You might use complementary treatments or take medication to deal with the side effects of radiation treatment or chemotherapy. You should discuss any possible side effects of your planned treatment with your doctor.

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