Helping endometrial cancer survivors to live longer-and better (CME)

November 1, 2007

Endometrial cancer survivors are more likely to be obese and to die from co-existing illnesses. Here are at least five ways gynecologists can help them live longer-with a better quality of life.

Key Points

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ACCREDITATION

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of CME2, Inc. ("cme2 ") and Contemporary OB/GYN. cme2 is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Obstetrician/gynecologists and women's health practitioners.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

After completing the following CME activity, the reader should be able to:

TO EARN CREDIT FOR THIS ACTIVITY

Participants should study the article, log onto http:// http://www.modernmedicine.com/, click on the "CME/CE Center" tab at the top of the page and type in keyword: COG112007. Participants will be taken to the activity, where they must pass a post-test and complete an online evaluation. After passing the post-test and completing the online evaluation, a CME certificate will be automatically generated. The release date for this activity is November 1, 2007. The expiration date is November 1, 2008.

DISCLOSURES

Editors Elizabeth Nissen, Paul Cerrato, and Julia Talsma, and Instructional Design Consultant Richard Currier, PhD, disclose that they do not have any financial relationships with any manufacturer in this area of medicine.

The manuscript reviewer discloses that he has no financial relationships with any manufacturer in this area of medicine.

Dr. Fader, Dr. von Gruenigen, and Ms. Gibbons disclose that they have no financial relationships with any manufacturer in this area of medicine.