I could be late AF, but is it possible that the doctor found pre-cancerous cells and she took that in all of her ignorance to mean it was cancer? It's not that uncommon for women to have reports of pre-cancerous cells, that's why we have annual pap smears. I don't recall these types of scans being ordered for something like that. It's usually a monitor the situation type situation. I know with COVID that there are some folks who are in remission that aren't being monitored as closely as they normally would be as the doctors think that the risk of COVID is more severe. Still, if you were just diagnosed with the big C, wouldn't you want a treatment plan STAT? If she does have cancer it can't be that bad yet or they'd have already at least performed surgery. That's what makes me feel like they may have found pre-cancerous cells, but not full blown cancer. She does tick all of the boxes for crotch cancer. She's irregular, obese, never been pregnant so she's high risk for sure. I'm on the fence here.