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.