"My daughter 24, single, student was diagnosed with Mucinous Ovarain canvcer - intestine type of the right ovary and surgery done on 2nd May 2013. Surgeon also removed left ovary, uterus, appendix, omendum and lymph nodes as per the proto..."
How is your daughter doing? A friend is in the same situation and I am helping her do some research and find a support group she could join once she is past the initial shock...
Thanks in advance,
Just a quick note to say hi!
Hi bala, I have just had a borderline muscinous ovarian tumor the same as your daughter. I also had leakage from the tumor with some of the cancer cells in it. I am also an early stage of ovarian cancer. Please tell me what you guys have found out so far. Has your daughter had to do chemo? What kind has she had to do? What has the outcome been? How is she doing now? I have been trying to figure out what it all means and if I will have a future. Please let me know how she is doing. And how you are doing.
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