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|From: Occhio Pazzo 🇬🇧
|Sorry to hear but put it in context
If she's been having regular scans then it's unlikely to have spread. Assuming that it is a malignancy, which is not a given, then in all likelihood it will have been caught early.
Even in the worst case she is treatable. It's not as if she's been told, nothing we can do.
A friend of ours had both ovaries removed (in her early 50s) having been told she had ovarian cancer. Pathology revealed it wasn't but she was still glad to be rid of them.
Anyhow, all the best, keep it together and very best of luck to her and you. I hope it comes to nothing.
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