I had a hysterectomy in December owing to uterine cancer, and was told that I was stage III. Having done some research on my particular situation, wherein my type of cancer was not very responsive to chemotherapy or hormone therapy, I declined further treatment. My doctor told me that I would probably die within 2 years. What I want to know is, are there actual statistics on this, and what should I expect to experience in terms of spreading, symptoms, etc.? I'd like to know, for example, how to recognize "the beginning of the end." I'm OK with this - I just want a better roadmap so that I can plan the rest of my life. I recognize that this is not an exact science, but I can't seem to find anything on the Internet that addresses this issue. I'd really appreciate some information if you could provide it.
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