This case takes place in Massachusetts and involves a woman who died as a result of undiagnosed uterine cancer. The woman presented to the hospital complaining of a pelvic mass. A pelvic ultrasound reported multiple fibroids. The patient discussed the ultrasound with her OB-GYN, who recommended a total hysterectomy. The patient appealed to her primary care physician for a second opinion and was referred to another OB-GYN. On The second OB-GYN, upon reviewing a report of the patient’s cervical examination, advised that the mass was benign and non-cancerous, therefore hysterectomy or any other kind of tumor cryoablation was not necessary. No further tests were ordered. The patient did not follow up on her diagnosis for several years until she presented to the hospital with complaints of pelvic pain, at which point her cancer was discovered. Her condition continued to worsen over several months until she died.