just got on this site. I was diagnosed with Stage 3C high grade serous November 2015, surgery by Gyno Oncologist Jan 22, 2016. 6 treatments of Carbo and Paclitoxol 3 weeks apart, decreased my numbers from 500 to 16. Cancer was back in my spleen by December 2016. Started ongoing treatment with Avastin and Paclitoxol, 13 treatments since August 2017, not disappearing but holding it the same "they call it stable". I have learned from reading other ladies ongoing treatments that CA125 test is only a guideline...some woman have low numbers but still have cancer, some have high numbers but are not necessarily worse....very subjective to the person. The CAT scan really is the best indicator of the disease. I live in Canada, so all chemo is covered, not the Avastin, as it is not a cure but holds the cancer back for awhile. 4900.00 each time, I am covered by Manulife thru my husband's work...so I am giving it a try. They don't want to give me Carboplatin, maybe later, as I am probably resistant, as the cancer came back in 5 months. I was diagnosed at age 59, I am now 61. They just decreased my paclitoxol, to ease symptoms, I have a port in my chest, which has been a godsend, as I do 3 weeks on and 1 week off....so now they don't have to poke me whole bunch times to feed the chemo into me. I take it one day at a time and try to enjoy my life as much as possible, it does get me down sometimes but I am not down very long...not in my nature.