Ovar'coming Together
Indiana's Nonprofit Resource & Education Organization for OVARIAN CANCER

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   *Create Awareness

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Stage I - Cancer is confined to one or both ovaries

  * IA- tumor is limited to being only on the inside of one ovary
  * IB- tumor is limited to being on insides of both ovaries
  * IC- tumor is limited to one or both ovaries and may appear on the 
          surface of the ovary, a fluid- filled capsule may have burst, or cancer
          cells may be found in the fluid of the abdomen


Stage II - Ovarian cancer has spread to another area within the pelvis
                 without spreading elsewhere in the abdomen.

  * IIA- tumor has spread to the uterus or fallopian tubes or both
  * IIB- tumor has spread to the bladder, rectum, or colon
  * IIC- tumor has spread to any of the above and may appear on the surface
          of the ovary, a fluid-filled capsule may have burst, or cancer cells may be 
          found in fluid in the abdomen


Stage III - Ovarian cancer has spread from one or both ovaries to the lining of
                  the abdomen or lymph nodes

  * IIIA- tumor has spread to the lining of the abdomen, but not the lymph nodes
  * IIIB- tumor(s) ¾ inch or smaller have spread into the abdomen, but not the     
           lymph nodes
  * IIIC- tumor(s) larger than ¾ inch have spread into the abdomen, or caner has 
           spread to the lymph nodes, or both

Stages of Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer