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HIPEC Ovarian Cancer Patients Share Their Stories
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Dena Svoboda, 56, never expected a bad case of acid reflux would turn out to be cancer. “I thought it was a gallbladder issue, but it wasn’t,” said Dena, of Sagamore Hills, Ohio. “It ended up being a 25-pound tumor.”
Julie Khoury, was treated with HIPEC during surgery to treat Ovarian Cancer. She is a Patient of Dr. Shanel Bhagwandin of Jupiter Medical Center.
Isabel Navas now has countless holidays to look forward to, but just over a year ago she was told to get her affairs in order after an ominous diagnosis.
“Well, you’ve got a tumor” were his first words to me. I had just awakened in a hospital bed on the morning after emergency surgery. It was Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017. Halloween.
Lori Moon, of Lincoln, was treated with HIPEC during surgery to treat Ovarian Cancer. She is a Patient of Dr. Thomas Minor of Rhode Island Hospital.
“While I knew something was wrong, I would never have guessed ovarian cancer,” Henri said. “It just seemed impossible that I could have it when I had no ovaries.” “
The first line in the treatment and diagnosis of ovarian cancer at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) is often surgery.