“No magic wand, just tiny, joyless low-cal eating and lots more walking for weeks and weeks. It was grim. I lost seven and a half stone. I could have the keyhole surgery. Great. That’s all it was, practical.”
The method of a low-calorie diet and lots of walking worked wonders for Dawn and she was able to also avoid a terrifying cancer diagnosis thanks to the surgery.
Uterine cancer is cancer of the womb. Often known as endometrial cancer, it begins in the cells that make up the lining of the womb or in rare cases can start in the muscle wall of the womb.
Although in the same reproductive system, womb cancer is separate from other cancers such as ovarian and cervical cancer.