I lost my mom to a rare form of cervical cancer (that was never explained to me, as i was only 10 when she was diagnosed) in 2007. I was 11 when she passed away and had a hard time coping. I am now sixteen and have come a long way in coping. If you actually read this, thanks! I just felt the need to talk about her and let y'all know that I'm here for anybody who wants to talk.
What kind of cervical cancer? I was diagnosed with Adenocarcinoma in situ (stage O cancer basically) and I had it removed, no my pap showed abnormal cells again. They say cervical adenocarcinomas is a more rare form of cervical cancer....makes up about 10% of cervical cancer....
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