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    susankmunn asked a questionEndometrial (Uterine) Cancer


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    • Joachima's Avatar

      Everyone answered so well, so I don't have much to contribute. Mine was endometrial sarcoma, estimated to be stage III, high grade with two tumors - one on the inside of the uterus wall, and the other on the outside of the uterus. I was told that it is rare and highly aggressive. Initially, I went web searching and scared myself. At that point, I decided never to look at the stats again. After a total hysterectomy, chemo & radiation (treatment completed in July 2012), I remain cancer-free and loving life. (yes, I've been told that we are not really cancer free until 5 years have past, but as of now there is no evidence of cancer in my body, as per regular exams, blood tests, and scans). I am blessed with my faith, and surrounded by my family & friends, and I focus on all the good things.

      over 3 years ago
    • CAS1's Avatar

      I read data all day. I can tell you for certain that stats are all old so don't bother with the internet material. As everyone else has said. Everyone is an individual whne it comes to cancer.
      Stay healthy and stay strong.
      God bless

      over 3 years ago
    • Judit's Avatar

      We'd all have be clairvoyant to know this answer. Everyone is different, responds differently to treatment, & the prognosis is different. Good luck & best wishes.

      over 3 years ago
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    Procedure or Surgery (Surgery): i had the robotic hysterectomy last month healing good from that recived bad news that cancer had spreed to the lymph nods and have to do chemo and radiation

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