Inconclusive: The evidence is too limited to determine the likelihood of an association with increased or decreased risk of endometrial cancer.

There is no conclusive evidence that taking a statin is associated with a decreased risk of endometrial cancer. Although studies show no association, the quality of studies conducted to date is limited.

Statins are drugs used to treat high cholesterol. It has been suggested that statins may decrease the risk of certain types of cancer because of their effects on cell growth.