I'm Jane. It was discovered in November that I had a mass in my pelvis. Further tests showed bilateral ovarian cysts. I was sent to a wonderful surgeon who, upon exploratory laparotomy found that I also had tumors on my liver, diaphragm, bladder, and rectum. He thoroughly removed every trace he could find and declared me free of metastatic carcinoma, which he graded at stage III-B. There were, however cancer cells in the pelvic washings, which I just know are going to grab hold somewhere and start growing. The type of cancer I have is low-grade serous Carcinoma, which does not respond well to traditional chemotherapy so why do they bother? They're having better results with immunotherapy and a drug called selumetinib but I'm not certain if these are available to the general public. In the meantime, I'm 16 days post-op, still in pain, and dreading what is to come. I'm only 58 years old! I'm not ready to die! I obsessively read statistics on survival rates and don't like what I see. I'm so scared, I just don't know what to do!