My grandmother who is 84 years old just had biopsies taken from growths on
her neck and the lab diagnosis came back saying this:
Infiltrating poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma, biopsy from ritht
neck mass. - 4
Possible primary of this tumor is probably the breast or the stomach.
She also has cancer of the cervix. Could you translate the above so I could
understand it and the prognosis isn't good is it? She doesn't eat or drink
anymore and has lost a tremendous amount of weight in the last month.
If you can't give me any clues here then where can I go? Her doctor won't
tell me because I'm not 'immediate' family and I think every one wants to
If you have any answers for me my email is: email@example.com