i am wondering something, my mother died of ovarian cancer back in 1988, it was strange how they weren't able to diagnose her till very late in the game! now, the thing is, HER MOTHER DID NOT have ovarian cancer! My grandmother died of some sort of blood disease, it MAY have been lukemia i'm not sure bec. i was a young teenager, i don't really remember that much about it .... my grandfather (my mothers father) died of pancreatic cancer....but here's the thing....yes, BOTH her parents (well, at least her father, my grandfather) died of cancer ..... but my grandmohter, HER MOTHER, did NOT have OVARIAN cancer! I thought, that you stood a greater chance of getting ovarian cancer, IF, your mother had it, yet her mother, my grandmother, DID NOT HAVE THAT! Now, I suppose you could say, well, her mother DID have some kind of lukemia (I THINK!, not really to sure) and her father, had pancreatic cancer, so perhaps her chances of just simply getting cancer period, were greater.....well, ok, but still, from what i've read, on MANY sites, it seems they mention that your direct mother (and in the UK, it needs to be TWO DIRECT relatives that had it, for it to be considered a STRONG chance you'll get it too) HAD to have that particular type of cancer, for you to get it.....not that your parents could have had ANY type of cancer. do you understand?
so, in a way, i don't really know why she ended up with that. Now, i've done lots of research on this, and i realize as well, it has to do with other things in life, such as diet and things you may be deficient in .... which is why I am going to be taking GINGER, (which kills ovarian cancer cells), and the protocol from Dr. Johanna Budwig....which i found on shirleys wellness cafe.
if anyone here can give me any info, on this it would be greatley appreciated! I've spent years, wondering why in the world she had that, and i REFUSE to be the next in line!