Your Uterine Newsletter May/June 2020
Please share this with family and friends in the uterine cancer community!

As a national nonprofit, SHARE has been supporting, educating, and empowering women affected by breast and ovarian cancer for over 43 years. We are excited to be adding uterine cancer to SHARE's efforts! The program includes a Helpline, support groups, patient education, and community outreach for those facing endometrial cancer or uterine sarcoma. We look forward to staying in touch with you through our future quarterly updates. 

As the team leading SHARE’s uterine cancer efforts, we wanted to introduce ourselves:
"During my many years at women’s cancer nonprofits, I had the opportunity to collaborate and work with SHARE, and I’m very excited to have now joined the SHARE staff as the uterine program coordinator. This new program will provide support and information for women impacted by uterine cancer and enhance the wonderful services that SHARE already provides."

-Kitty Silverman
"In 2018 I was introduced to SHARE and attended the ovarian cancer support group for newly diagnosed women; I walked away from that meeting feeling full of hope. As a nurse and two time uterine cancer survivor, I am passionate and dedicated in my mission to help build a strong support system for women affected by this disease."

-Nefa-Tari Moore

Kitty Silverman, Uterine Cancer Program Coordinator
Nefa-Tari Moore, Uterine Cancer Program Associate and Helpline Coordinator
Support groups are a low-pressure, empowering opportunity to exchange experiences, information, and care with women who understand what you're going through-to hear and be heard. Research shows that women with a strong community of support have better health outcomes. Our support groups are led by trained facilitators who are uterine cancer survivors.
Uterine Cancer Support Group
Connect by phone or video conference
3rd Monday of each month, 6-7:30pm ET

May 18 
June 15 
Uterine Cancer Support Group for Women of African Descent
Connect by phone or video conference
Second Wednesday of each month, 6-7:30pm ET

May 13 
June 10 
New Treatment Options for Uterine Cancer
Thursday, May 28, 12pm-1pm ET
The latest developments in uterine cancer explained by the experts in an easy to understand way!

Dr. Jennifer Mueller, gynecologic cancer surgeon at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, will share research updates on uterine/endometrial cancer and other new developments in treatment and surgery.
Exercise for Cancer Patients and Survivors
Virtual via Zoom
Monday and Thursday, 12-1pm ET

This program will take place via Zoom through the end of June. If you are new to Zoom, remember to download the free Zoom app to your smartphone, tablet, or computer before class starts to avoid technical delays. We recommend you do this at least one hour before class. Register for the link to join class .
Living with Mortality and Finding Meaning
Tuesday, June 9, 6-7:30pm ET

Being confronted by our own mortality can bring up a lot of feelings: fear, anger, sadness, helplessness, and few experiences bring us face to face with our own death like a cancer diagnosis. But facing mortality can also be an opportunity to find meaning, live in the moment, and contemplate the mark you want to leave on this world. Attend this program to explore how to acknowledge the inevitable while still allowing yourself to truly live a full life and experience hope. In collaboration with NYU Langone Health.
Whether you have a uterine sarcoma or endometrial cancer diagnosis, or you're a friend, family member or caregiver of someone who does, SHARE is always here for you with our Uterine Cancer Helpline. We're here to lend support, give information, share experiences, and to lift you up every time you need it.  

844.ASK.SHARE (844.275.7427)
Uterine Helpline: 844.582.6005
If you have been impacted by uterine/endometrial cancer and are interested in an inspiring way to give back, contact Nefa-Tari Moore at to find out more.

Join Dr. Jason D. Wright, Division Chief of Gynecologic Oncology at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center, on this webinar to gain a deeper understanding of uterine cancer symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, and current research trends.
What the COVID-19 Crisis Means for Gynecologic Cancer Patients

Watch our special webinar with Dr. Stephanie V. Blank, Director of Gynecologic Oncology for the Mount Sinai Health System, and Dr. Melissa Frey, gynecologic oncologist at Weill Cornell Medicine. They discussed updates on what ovarian, endometrial, and other gynecologic cancer patients need to know about managing gynecologic cancer concerns in the era of COVID-19.
Check out over 50 current videos, past webinars, and slides with expert presenters speaking on various topics important to women facing uterine, ovarian or breast cancer, such as research updates, nutrition, clinical trials, and symptom management.

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