Is phase IV chemotherapy trial good to take ?
anshul_15 in Breast Cancer India3 years ago
I need a little bit of advice if anyone can suggest:
My mother who is 52 years old female, has recently been diagnosed f...
Early Chemotherapy in the UK and the United States
JoelT in Advanced Prostate Cancer3 years ago
I have some good news for my prostate cancer brothers living in the UK. The NHS has modified their guidelines to allow for the use of early...
Corrected web links for information regarding MRI guided focused ultrasound.
Susie01 in Parkinson's Movement7 years ago
I did a copy/paste of the email I posted here regarding the focused ultrasound trials being done at UVA. Apparently, the links did not conv...
Update on husband
Chrmob608 in Lung Cancer Support2 years ago
Had a pet scan have 3 New tumors on liver and one on left rib. They are doing radiation (10) to ease pain on rib. Talking about taking him o...
“Inside health” Radio 4 31/07/18
jobe1968 in British Heart Foundation9 months ago
Interesting article on radio 4. Regarding low dose aspirin. New research indicates that those above 70kg would benefit from a larger dose. ...
Seeking information about targeted treatments
Rollestonian in My Ovacome4 months ago
This is my first post, I came across the group whilst searching for information. I am 75 years old, was diagnosed with prostate c...
T3 starting dose
abigailfrances in Thyroid UK11 days ago
I have an appointment tomorrow where I am going to try to get my doctor to write me a private prescription for t3. Just wondering how...
Had surgery, had radiation. Am now on ADT successfully!
Pguenette in Advanced Prostate Cancer3 years ago
March 2008: DiagnosedAge 55 via Annual Physical Exam; PSA: 8.5; DRE neg.
Prostate biopsy: Prostate cancer in 16/18 samples. Gleason Estimate ...
Jackpine in Advanced Prostate Cancer6 months ago
Wondering if anyone has had a second LU 177 injection? I’m three weeks after my first injection and feeling good except for fatigue and som...
Switching from Ibrutinib to Venetoclax
Mcpill in CLL Support Association2 years ago
For those who have made the switch, did you need to take a break from ibrutinib before starting the Venetoclax, or did you just make the tr...
Thyroid test results?
Kellyjam1 in Thyroid UK3 years ago
Hi, I am hoping some of you can offer advice with regards to my blood test results. I have been feeling terrible for the last couple of year...
Bronchoplasty?? Question for Brittles?
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum8 years ago
I just wondered if anyone has had this procedure done? It has been mentioned to me for a while now and from what i'm told has had pretty goo...
maryannd in My MSAA Community2 years ago
I rember when I found out I had MS I was scared I was just told I have a disease and there is no cure for it oh by the way you are also preg...
Would you be willing to participate in experimental treatment or research for sickle cell disease?
CalvinHU in Living with Sickle Cell Disease2 years ago
What concerns or fears would prevent you from participating in research or a clinical trial for sickle cell disease?
Fdccs in Advanced Prostate Cancer3 months ago
We've just had a letter come through regarding starting chemo in 3 weeks time.
My concern is that my understanding is it should be given w...
Study shedding more light on how Ibrutinib works
AdrianUK in CLL Support Association10 months ago
Interesting paper on the mode of action of Ibrutinib and idealisb. This might explain some of the clinical manifestations of treatment, and...
The trials of Winnie the poo
WinnieThePoo in Parkinson's Movement15 days ago
On the way to perfusion 3 (a 2 hour drive) my car broke down with an alternator failure. Had to be towed home and take my wife's car. This l...
High dose or not
drcot in Oesophageal Patients Association2 years ago
Hello every one, I take 40mg in the morning & 40mg at night its controls my acid reflux but is it a high dose or not, also what is the long ...
SharonCol in SHARE Ovarian Cancer Support6 months ago
Hi, has anyone heard of goodnewsnetwork.org wherin it states that a breakthrough drug called olaparib has dramatically increased increased...
Still have HOPE.
Razoo in LUPUS UK4 years ago
I have been googling, I love to Google. You just don't know what's hidden in the pages of this phenomenon. I can't remember what I typed in ...
New classification improves risk prediction in chronic leukemia
shazie in CLL Support Association4 years ago
If chronic lymphocytic leukemia patients with a good or poor prognosis could be identified already at the time of diagnosis, physicians woul...
if you t3 ladies would like to kickup ,i have just written to these? with the REAL reason and the EXCUSE
bluepettals2 in Thyroid UKa year ago
TOLD TO ME BY CCG THAT THE MEDICALMANGEMENT TEAM say there is NO CLINICAL use IN T3 , so i have told MHRA -so all of a sudden theydecide ...
Liver Enzymes going up rapidly
bb66hotflash in Advanced Prostate Cancer2 years ago
Anyone had experience with ALT, AST and C Reactive Protein rising rapidly? My ALT, AST and CRP have all jumped by 2.5 times in one week to:...
what are the breaking news about the drug therapy of CLL?
tahakrayim in CLL Support Association6 years ago
Promising clinical results for new drug combination for CLL (GA101 plus Chlorambucil)
HAIRBEAR_UK in CLL Support Association6 years ago
Some information from Cardiff to add to the recent GA101 posts
Professor Chris Fegan and patient discuss th...
Pazopanib has been used to extend remission in Ovarian Cancer Patients
Whippit in My Ovacome6 years ago
A friend has just referred me to a hopeful article in the American Society of Clinical Oncology Research Round Up following the 13th Meeting...
Progenics Pharma (PGNX) Advances 1095 into Phase 2 Clinical Development Following Discussions with the FDA
JLS1 in Advanced Prostate Cancer6 months ago
I wonder how this compares to Novartis/Endocyte's 177LU-psma-617:
Progenics Pharma (PGNX) Advances 1095 into Phase 2 Clinical Development Fol...
Colonic transit xray
Leeanne73 in Thyroid UK5 years ago
Hi was just wondering if anyone has had this xray, who suffers from hypothyroidism. Thanks
GDNF-I was speaking to my sister in UK today and she sent me a link to a hospital there that is doing some very promising research on pd.
cshamb in Parkinson's Movement5 years ago
GDNF breaks the blood brain barrier and sounds hopeful. If you have not already heard of it here is the link she sent me. http/:www.bbc.co....
fronya69 in Parkinson's Movement5 years ago
Hey Parkies, I almost 4got to let u no about an orgaination, that specializes In surveys for DBS patients. I have been taking them 4 over ...
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