I had a total hysterectomy on June 30th and undergoing chemo after 35 treatments of radition. I am a stage 1B..grade 3 (high grade tumor) with positve malignant cells in the peritoneal washings which I am told makes my case unusual. Has anyone been told they had positive washings? My oncologist said it could have been there before surgery or after from the turbulence of surgery. They couldn't tell for sure. It is really troubling me. What if it spread elsewhere...They are hoping chemo will kill these cells.
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