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We did pet scan after 3 cycle of NACT Chemo of taxol and carboplatin .This is one of rarest ovarian cancer where it gets to Adernal glands. Any advice will be very helpful. If surgery is possible or more chemo has to be given.
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Bibhu, did you discuss the results of the PET scan with your oncologist already? Did she or he suggest continuing with chemotherapy or a different treatment plan?
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Thanks @colleenyoung I am very new to this. Doctors have not suggested the new treatment plans yet. Bilateral adrenal gland metastases from ovarian carcinoma is extremely rare.
@bibhu When were you first diagnosed with ovarian cancer? It the metastases a recent addition to the diagnosis?
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