Tag Archive: Partial Omentectomy

20 Years and Counting Since LMS Diagnosis

IT WAS November 16, 2000 when my husband and I were told by my Gynecologist that the biopsy done October 29, 2000, on a uterine tumor (believed to be a fibroid) removed surgically via Myomectomy, came back as Leiomyosarcoma or LMS, a very rare and aggressive form of cancer. I…
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Still NED After a Recurrence

Still NED After a Recurrence By Freda Editha Contreras — May 29, 2016 10:32am Four months short of two years since a biennial CT scans of the chest, abdomen and pelvis showed “newly developed right sided pelvic well defined soft tissue mass lesion showing enhancement with central breaking down within…
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How To Heal Faster After Surgery

UNDERGOING a surgical procedure, whether minor or major, is always stressful. First, you experience the so-called “fear of the unknown”, most especially if you are dealing with a life-threatening situation. Then there is that worry on where to get the financial resources to cover the cost of confinement in a…
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