I had a problem. I had to make a decision and wasn’t sure what to do. Where do you find guidance when experts disagree?
Those who follow my blog know I had surgery this spring. Assimilating the possibility of cancer and a torrent of information and opinions can be dizzying.
After my oncologist said he didn’t think I had cancer, I researched whether to keep my organs. Conventional medicine tends to view removing ovaries and Fallopian tubes as a smart preventive measure against ovarian cancer. They think it may reduce the risk of breast and colon cancer too—the cancers that killed my parents.Continue Reading