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My grandmother is 84 years old and just had radical cystectomy surgery. During the surgery they found the cancer had spread to the lymph nodes. They went through with the surgery. She made it through the surgery and is now in recovery at the hospital. My question is now what? I am very unfamiliar with what kind of questions to ask the surgeon and the cancer doctor. Can anyone give me suggestions as to what kind of questions we need to ask? What do we need to know about her recovery and the additional cancer found. We are wanting to be as informed as possible. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!

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