|Cancer that forms in the tissue lining the fallopian tube (one of two long, slender tubes that connect the ovaries to the uterus). The cancer sometimes begins at the end of the fallopian tube near the ovary and spreads to the ovary. Fallopian tube cancer is similar to ovarian epithelial cancer and is staged and treated the same way.|
|Surgery & chemotherapy are the primary treatment types. Targeted & hormone therapy can also be used.|
|Surgery will prohibit the capability of becoming pregnant and the onset of menopause. Chemotherapy can cause nausea, hair loss, neuropathy, anemia, & brain fog.|
The information contained in the Treatments and Side Effects sections are for informational purposes only. As with any cancer type, treatments and side effects can differ by patient. Please consult your oncologist for the specific treatments and side effects for your specific cancer.