june65 in CLL Support Association3 years ago
Hi. I have just returned from The Christie, Manchester, with my husband, he has been for his 3 monthly check up. He has been on Idelalisib...
Post in Stem Cells Australia website, Ageless Regenerative Institute in Mexico is conducting these trials, would you??????
Kad21 in British Lung Foundation5 years ago
Ageless Regenerative Institute in Tijuana
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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
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johnMiosh in AF Association2 years ago
in April I had a mini-maze procedure and LAA occlusion as part of a clinical trial. The second phase is to have a catheter ablation. This ...
Lutetium-177 PSMA - A new experimental treatment
AlanMeyer in Advanced Prostate Cancer2 years ago
Alan Lawrenson posted an interesting reply to a recent posting on \"Cracking neck pain\" in which he referenced clinical trials in Australia...
What happens when we fail ibrutinib
bkoffman in CLL Support Association3 years ago
Last week in the Conference Coverage section, we’ve posted another interview with Dr. Susan O’Brien out of UCI where we discussed an impo...
PARP inhibitors - which one?
HopingForTheBest1 in Advanced Prostate Cancer4 months ago
There are at least 5 different PARP inhibitors all currently in trials for prostate cancer treatment, including Olaparib, Rucaparib, Talazop...
Immunotherapy for Prostate Cancer: Where Do We Go From Here?—PART 1: Prostate Cancer Vaccines
JLS1 in Advanced Prostate Cancera year ago
Amar Patel, ...
steveking2 in British Lung Foundation3 years ago
My grandfather has emphazema I read about vitamin A treatment how can he get in the trial ?
TSH is 5.9 (upper range is 5) should i be starting on thyroxine?
birty81 in Thyroid UK6 years ago
Gp has said lab want to re test in 2-3 months as im sub clinical, but i am symptomatic and the tiredness is affecting my everyday life and w...
Trial for new drug ?
beachbabe in NRAS7 years ago
Hi - have been asked to take part in trial for new drug called \"Fostamatinib\".has anyone heard of it - any info you can give me would be f...
High CA125, chemo/avastin not working
abhijeet9388 in My Ovacome2 months ago
My mom too is having clear cell 3c ovarian cancer detected in jan 18 with CA-125 of 16k which later raised to 27k after 3 chemo cycles, l...
Two Patient Perspectives on Phase 1 trials and Being Your own Advocate
bkoffman in CLL Support Association4 years ago
This week we have published helpful information from two patients on the CLL Society website.
The first is a thoughtful well-refere...
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ROLNCIN1 in Advanced Prostate Cancer2 months ago
My husband saw his Oncol. last Fri. for his monthly treatment.
She mentioned that UCSF is doing a clinical trial for a cancer vaccine I thin...
beatPC in Advanced Prostate Cancera month ago
PSA test this week 4.8 up from 1.86 in three months. On Lupron, Enzalutamide. What is next best option for me? Any experience with immunothe...
Any one with Castrate-Resistant MPC who has been treated at MD Anderson?
HOPEFULSPOUSE in Advanced Prostate Cancer7 months ago
My husband is considering going there (we are waiting for insurance approval) and would love to hear feedback.
Another possible MF ‘cure’ but very early stage....
Paul123456 in MPN Voicea month ago
“This clinical trial will evaluate the ability of AVID200 to achieve the disease-modifying outcomes of reversi...
Got my test results, don't think I will get trial of T4
Justiina in Thyroid UK2 years ago
TSH2.85 mU/l0.4-4 mU/l
FT4 12 pmol/l10-25 pmol/l
My T4 have dropped again from 14 it was 5 weeks ago, TSH still remains around 3. But this...
Good GPs in Ponteland, Newcastle upon Tyne area?
infomaniac in Thyroid UK6 years ago
I'm moving soon and someone has suggested I ask on here rather than trial and error! It's a long shot but may be worth it
stem cell therapies for valvular heart disease
Dorothylui0526 in British Heart Foundation2 years ago
I am writing in regarding the latest treatment using Stem Cells in valvular heart diseases (Chronic rheumatic heart disease). One of my fami...
Finding a doctor who will remove the thyroid in Europe?
Azid in Thyroid UK5 months ago
I don't want to get into the specifics why I want my thyroid removed on live completely on synthetic hormones but I won't find a doctor that...
99m Technetium-Based PSMA-Radioguided Surgery in Recurrent Prostate Cancer
snoraste in Advanced Prostate Cancer23 days ago
In case you did not see:
In this analysis, the authors enrolled 31 patients who had experienced biochemical recurrence aft...
Cycle 4, Week 1 Update from OSU Trial
thompsonellen in CLL Support Association3 years ago
I flew in yesterday for this week’s treatment. As usual, I planned a little adventure and walked back to Grandview Avenue for dinner and the...
BeautyThroughBeast in SHARE Metastatic Breast Cancer 2 years ago
My good friend Debbie wrote a very informative article about immunotherapy that's in this month's NJ Monthly magazine. If you're interested ...
Joeym1040 in Advanced Prostate Cancera month ago
Anyone have any experience with Dr Zhang at Moffitt Cancer Center?
Carnitine, brand name carnitor
reikimaster in Thyroid UK8 years ago
type of drug;Thyroid Hormone
Uses;To treat deficiency of Carnitine, a chemical which is vital in the process of changing fat to energy, due t...
Blair77 in Advanced Prostate Cancera year ago
Initial treatment brought PSA from 1044 to 1.6. This month it had gone up to 2.4. He’s done upfront Docetaxel and is on Lupron and Casodex. ...
shine78 in Behçet's UK3 years ago
Where off to Bristol eye hospital tomorrow with my daughter can I just ask his this a good hospital for her she aa behcets for 2years now an...
Imbruvica withdrawal Waldenstrom’s
Rmendez3 in CLL Support Association2 years ago
Hi. I’m a 48 yr who got Diagnosed with Walden Strom macroglobular anemia last year. Went through 5 cycles of chemo and rituximab. Had seriou...
Njovu in British Liver Trusta year ago
The NHS says they can do nothing for me as am now a B8 on the Child-Pugh score 9 (was in the A group several times but was told to wait for ...
DCIS, a real dilemma
Well1501 in SHARE Breast Cancer Support7 months ago
About 25% of all newly diagnosed breast cancer is DCIS (Ductal Carcinoma In Situ). It's frequently called Stage 0 breast cancer. Controve...
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