I wish I had some advice for you but I haven't had any experience with Ovarian issues. I will keep Jolie in my prayers. Please keep in mind that just because he called in an oncologist it doesn't mean they know for sure it's cancer. It sounds like your daughter is in good hands - they are taking precautions and gathering the professional opinions they need. <hugs>
just tuned in & i have a great survivor story for ovarian cancer. i was diagnosed 2 years ago & went thru the mill. You should see me today. I am well & lead a very normal and busy life. Today Ovarian cancer is considered a chronic disease that can be managed. Wish you all well, Imoan
Saw her for first time in three months and she looks 6 mos
pregnant. Her skin is grey, lips look blueish. I'm worried. She doesn't want to talk about it. My husband got her into a top gynonocologist at a top hospital in Orlando. But she declined. She is going back to Georgia and letting the first dr. take it out. She says that the ct scan showed some
globuler things and that it is 21 cm by 16 cm by 10.
I am going up there to help care for her with her recovery. K