Study of Cancer of the Fallopian Tube

Stormie Jade Dreadfulwater


The purpose of this study is to examine cancer originating in the fallopian tube and the number of known occurrences in women. Additionally, this document details the classification system and the influences and outcomes of fallopian tube cancer. Factors such as age, race, and comorbidities (multiple occurrences of diseases, in this case multiple types of cancer) are examined to provide a full comparison of possible connections. Cancer that originates in the fallopian tube is typically in the distal region or the fimbriae, which are the fingerlike projections connecting the fallopian tube to the ovaries. The cancer can then spread from there, made easier by the physical connection and close proximity to a woman’s other reproductive organs.

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