Evista (raloxifene) estrogen receptor for uterine cancer?

Unclear Question? These are somewhat unrelated questions which makes it difficult for me to address your question. Evista (raloxifene) is not used for treating cancer...It is sued for treatment/prevention of osteoporosis. Estrogen receptors are specialised protein receptors found in breast cancer.Uterine cancer has little bearing on either of the two references you have listed.

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Should I avoid eating food rich in natural estrogen when diagnosed with uterine cancer?

Preferable. It is preferable that you do. Uterine and hormone-positive breast cancers are estrogen sensitive diseases. Also avoiding over the counter meds/herbs rich in Estrogens is advisable. Read more...
Phytoestrogens . According to the acog practice bulletin phytoestrogens are not well absorbed by the body. So, it is not a problem. In fact, a large study showed women with stage i or ii endometrial cancer can safely take estrogen replacement. Read more...
Estrogens. While most "natural" Estrogens in foods are present in low levels, certain cancers, such as estrogen-positive breast tumors and some uterine tumors are enhanced by circulating estrogen levels, so it is best to limit their ingestion. Read more...

Does long term use of estrogen and progesterone lower risk for uterine cancer?

When combined. It will lower risk if combined in an hormone replacement therapy(HRT) for applicable patients. Estrogen used alone for (HRT) in women who still have a uterus present can increase their risk of uterine cancer.(endometrial) when progesterone is not used. Read more...