Hi, I was diagnosed in Oct 2018 with Stage 3C ovarian cancer. I survived a 7.5 hour surgery including a sBSO, hysterectomy, omentectomy, total colectomy and permanent ileostomy. 25 day hospital stay. Had to leave residual disease in my mesentery. Fast forward through 6 rounds of paclitaxel and carboplatin ending in May 2018 with two sessions of blood transfusions and lots of leg and muscle pain... summer "off" treatments only to find, via CT, persistence of disease with new deposits on the dome of my liver and in my mesentery. Have had one round of Caelyx and about to have the second of potentially six rounds, depending on tumour response. The wrench in the works was a biopsy of a lesion on my scalp in October, only to find it was a malignant melanoma, Breslow.depth 1.3 mm, amelanotic. Did scary research. Waiting in head CT and excision of lesion with skin grafting, and sentinel lymph node biopsy. I am scared if there are lymph node mets, as targeted or immunotherapy may be incompatable with my current chemo regime for the ovarian cancer. Amazingly, I am relatively discomfort and pain free. The Caelyx is certainly not as hard on the body, so far, as the first chemo. Has anyone else had the experience of a second primary cancer while being treated for the first one?