Uterine cancer treatment is dependent on the presentation and stage of cancer. The majority of times, surgery is at the forefront of the treatment. This may at times be followed with radiation or chemotherapy or hormonal therapy. Sometimes biologic or immunotherapy can also be utilized, and sometimes it’s a combination of all of the above. The treatment following surgery is called adjuvant therapy. The majority of women present at stage one and are cured with surgery alone. As the stage of the cancer increases, the risk of recurrence increases. And as a result, the recommendation for adjuvant therapy increases.