My sister in law was just diagnosed with stage 2 ovarian/uterous cancer. Had both ovaries and uterous, and lymphoes, and others removed. Going to get chemo soon, needs to go through chemo eight times. Any experience you can share will be greatly appreciated, particularly on how/what she can do to prevent the cancer from coming back. Thanks.View Thread
My sister-in-law was just diagnosed with stage two ovarian/uterous cancer. She just had a surgery on Monday, removed both ovaries, uterious, lymphones, and others. I don't know how she can be helped since she is there. Thanks.View Thread
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