The New York Times
When Jo Symons was found to have cancer, there was an extra complication: doctors could not tell what type of cancer she had.
Tumors were found in her neck, chest and lymph nodes. But those tumors had spread there from someplace else, and her doctors could not determine whether the original site was the breast, the colon, the ovary or some other organ. Without that knowledge, they could not offer optimal treatment... Read More