Last year November my daughter in law had a partial molar pregnancy. This year she has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She is only 35 years old. Are these two conditions connected. She was told that 1 in 10000 have a partial molar pregnancy and she has been told that ovarian cancer in a women of 35 is also very rare. Please help .
What was her treatment after the molar pregnancy? I had a sister in law with that and a mother and sister with ovarian cancer. I find it appauling that they saw ovarian cancer in a 35 year old woman is rare. Through my journey I have met many people with ivarian cancer, and the truth is ....ovarian cancer doesnt care how old you are. What stage is it?
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