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Looking for the name of a gyn oncologist

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Abbycat2
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Joined: Feb 2014

in the Atlanta area, preferably Roswell or Marietta, Georgia. I know a woman who lives there who is experiencing post menopausal bleeding for the second time in the last two years. Two years ago, she had a PAP and an ultrasound and a cause was not determined. She had unexplained spotting recently and has saught my advice. She will consider seeing a recommended gyn oncologist.

I don’t check in often, but know that I think of you all often and wish you all well. I remain cancer free, nearly 6 years after my cancer diagnosis. Following my hysterectomy, etc, I learned that I had stage 3a Papillary Serous Uterine carcinoma. Had the standard 6 rounds of paclitaxel and carboplatin. No radiation recommended. I am very grateful and realize how fortunate I am to be doing well. I will never take my health for granted. Anyone can get cancer regardless of how fit or how unfit she is. It is simply bad luck like so many diseases.

With Warm Regards and Hugs,

Cathy

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NoTimeForCancer
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Joined: Mar 2013

Hey Cathy, I know it is always nice to get the name of someone 'we' already know, but you can search here:

https://specialist.foundationforwomenscancer.org/

Good for her to want to get answers and that she reached out to you.

 

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