Julie shares why she was angry with herself when she learned she had ovarian cancer.
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Because I think I allowed my desire for children to precede my own desire to live and I didn’t. I don’t know that wade—when I don’t think I was fully informed of the ovarian cancer statistics are not like breast cancers statistics and this is by no means belittling breast cancer or anyone who has passed away from that. But ovarian cancer is diagnosed generally the late stage, people don’t survive. I kind of wish and I said this to my doctors too. I wish you had told me, you know, you go on a website and look for ovarian cancer statistics and they’re not so good and so I think I wish I should have taken that more to heart and not been so focused on having a child and thought more of I could adopt and just that I couldn’t maybe not ever have gone through that again and be in the situation I’m in now.