The prognosis depends on whether the endometrial cancer is localized, regional, or metastatic at the time of diagnosis. 66.9 % are diagnosed at the local stage and the 5-year survival for localized endometrial cancer is 95.3%. The overall 5-year survival rate for endometrial cancer patients during the period 2007-2013 was 81.3%.
Most deaths from endometrial cancer occur in women who are middle-aged or older. The number of deaths is highest among women aged 65-74. Death rates have been rising on average 1.4% each year over 2005-2014.
In 2014, there were an estimated 710,228 women living with endometrial cancer in the United States and in 2017 there are an estimated 10,920 women will die of this disease (24).