Quick update from my phone, excuse poor formatting. My CA-125 IS 54, the MRI shows the mass is approximately 6cm and eats into the rectal area where it was found. At the moment, it looks like it's just the one spot. My gynecologic oncologist believes this to be ovarian in origin, low grade serous carcinoma. Likely to be less responsive to chemo, but slower growing than the more common ovarian cancers. The plan is to do dose dense chemo for three cycles, rest for 4-5 weeks, then have a full hysterectomy, both ovaries and fallopians, omenectomy, and whatever other bits to complete staging/removal. After 4-5 weeks to heal, there's talk of intra peritoneal chemo. Might as well go in aggressive...at least I'll have Christmas off from chemo right before surgery...
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