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Oncology (General Cancer)/Ovarian Cancer Spread to Intestines


tomomof3 wrote at 2011-12-01 22:41:07
The response here is very disappointing and negative.  There are very many ovarian cancer survivors and instead of spreading negativity you should be encouraging people that there is hope and everyone's case is different.  I'm sorry if you have had a bad experience or if you have witnessed a loved one who was not so fortunate but please try to keep the light bright for people who are going through this journey.  

elizabeth elias wrote at 2014-01-07 04:34:49
Keep the faith...My dear friend is 8 years out after a really bad prognosis!  

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