Mums had her MRI after the last chemo of the first round and the results are back. We were pleased to here that the cancer in her liver (which noone had told us about, infant when we asked about results from an MRI on the liver we were told "no news is good news") has responded well to the Chemo. Her ovarian main tumour and its extended growth has been reduced and she is ready for surgery. BUT the surgeon is not available so she has to have another Chemo on 18th and then see the surgeon on the 23rd so we "think" this means that the surgery will be happened get pretty soon after that. I'm hoping the world of Ovacome can tell em their experiences and shed some light where the NHS has left questions? Also is it common to not tell people stuff?
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