Uterine cancer is the rapid growth of cancerous cells in parts of the uterus and stage 4 is the most advanced stage of uterine cancer. In stage-4 of uterine cancer
cancer cells make their presence in the bladder, rectum, bowel and other parts adjoining the pelvis. Though the cure of cancer greatly depends upon factors like the patient's age, general health and the stage of cancer at the time of diagnosis, treatment of stage-4 uterine cancer involves multiple therapeutic strategy involving gynecologic and radiation oncology. The goal of treatment at stage-4 uterine cancer could at best be to reduce symptoms and prolong the survival which is a maximum of five-years in less than 20 percent of patients. There are other studies reveal that the survival rate is 7 out of 40 patients diagnosed with stage-4 uterine cancer.