That's great news.
Cystadenomas are benign...so no cancer.
Removing the ovaries is all that needs to be done there.
Part of the cervical sample contained CIN1, which is a precancerous lesion usually due to HPV...a common virus.
Given they opted to leave the uterus she will need to have pap tests every 6 months until they are normal again. CIN1 carries only about a 1% chance of progressing to cancer...so you can see, it's not likely that it causes any big problems. Just needs to be followed up on.
It is also very likely they removed all the affected tissue with the cone biopsy, but it doesn't comment the margins of the specimen.
So, I would ask to clarify if the margins were negative - meaning, were the abnormal cells still continuing to be seen at the area where the sample was removed. If so, that means some abnormal cells are still there. If not, that means they were likely all removed.
So...good news on the ovary - not cancer.
And just a couple more visits to make sure the cervical dysplasia resolved.