85 percent of patients with uterine cancer do not suffer from this disease. Usually only surgery is sufficient. A small group of patients may require radiotherapy (radiation therapy) or chemotherapy. In operation, the uterus, ovaries, peripheral lymph glands and abdominal fat tissue are removed. Uterine cancer surgeries can be performed by open or endoscopic (laparoscopic or robotic) methods. It is possible to treat uterine cancer very early in young women who want to have a child.