- •The prevalence of heart attack, CHD, and stroke were significantly higher (p < 0.001) among survivors of gynecologic cancer.
- •The prevalence of obesity was significantly higher among gynecologic cancer survivors (p < 0.001).
- •Gynecologic cancer survivors were more likely to be obese.
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