nivolumab plus ipilimumab compared to pembrolizumab
Julesgettingthere in The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation 7 months ago
Hi everyone, Jules here.
I have been sent some information regarding our fears that mums trial will not go ahead due to costs (using nivoluma...
Immuno-therapy Nivolumab & Ipilimumab - update
Hello everyone, Jules here again (on behalf of mum).
We went to our appointment today at our local 'Cancer hospital' and its good news - the...
Holy Cow...Where Is My Pomegranite Juice - Ipilimumab Trial Fails...9 Dead
gusgold in Advanced Prostate Cancer a year ago
Running out of treatment options? Thoughts?
Bceagle in Advanced Prostate Cancer 7 months ago
I have bone Mets (spine ribs hips skull) and extensive disease in my lymphnodes in my abdomen that causes me to have constant stomach pain....
Ibrutinib/Imbruvica brings hope to stem cell transplant patients with chronic graft-versus-host-disease
AussieNeil in CLL Support Association a year ago
'FDA granted a fourth Breakthrough Therapy Designation (BTD) for ibrutinib (IMBRUVICA®) as a potential treatment of chronic graft-versus-hos...
Anyone a Familiar with the Dynamo Trial?
JamesAtlanta in Advanced Prostate Cancer 2 months ago
My doctor at MD Anderson recommended me to enter the Dynamo clinical trial when my PSA reaches 2.0. (It is currently 1.4 and is slowly risin...
Oral Chemo for patients with SCLC in the maintenance phase
Kym105 in Free to Breathe 9 months ago
Does anyone know if folks are given oral chemo in the maintenance phase of SCLC. This is after chemo, radiation and PCI. What I see that oth...
sparkpin in The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation 7 months ago
My Mum is to take part in an immunotherapy trial as maintenance therapy. Has anybody else on the forum been offered or is taking part in th...
new cancer drugs
jennybutler in My Ovacome 4 years ago
Mail On Sunday report on new cancer breakthrough drugs using our own immune systems turning against tumours, not only skin cancer cured b...
Advanced Prostate Cancer: Research Update
motosue in Advanced Prostate Cancer 9 months ago
Another WebMD interesting post.
From treatment vaccines to changes in the medicines you're taking right now, scientists are working to...
JamesAtlanta in Advanced Prostate Cancer a month ago
I mentioned on earlier posts that when my PSA reaches 2.0 my doctor at MD Anderson wants me to either start Zytiga with prednisone or join t...
pjoshea13 in Advanced Prostate Cancer a year ago
New full-text review of the AR-V7 problem below . Not for everyone - TMI?
Basically, ever since Charles Huggins castrated his first dog o...
Blair77 in Advanced Prostate Cancer 8 months ago
I'm wondering how many people are participating in clinical trials?
Intro and Immunotherapy question
mlengle in Advanced Prostate Cancer a month agoPOPULAR
This is my first post but have been following the group for a year which has been very helpful.
Brief history-Diagnosed 5/2015. ...
Provenge and The Mayo Clinic
I have had a number of requests for further info. I went to The Mayo Clinic for the Choline 11 Pet Scan, and when I saw Dr. Eugene Kwon, I a...
MeHilly1 in Free to Breathe 8 months agoPOPULAR
I'm new here.
diagnosed 5/15 nsclc adenocarcinoma had 6 treatments with carboplatin/alimta went 6mo stable then 6mo on opdivo felt great howe...
After Tah still fatigued
Rgtater63 in SHARE Ovarian Cancer Support 6 months ago
I was diagnosed with 3b ovarian cancer and had surgery march 16th 2017. No chemo or radiation needed but the tumor cells have spread. I am s...
First recurrence and immunotherapy being offered!
Maxjor in My Ovacome 4 months ago
Hi All--updates and info as I love when you all share new and hopeful treatments so wanted to do the same. As some of you know, I was dx in...
WANTED: Opines on what you think is, or is not, a time to worry about PSA increase
Hidden in Advanced Prostate Cancer 6 months agoPOPULAR
When Lupron failed me last year, my PSA doubled twice and was caught at 29. I was put on Zytiga, which dropped it down to @ 1. Over the past...
Blair77 in Advanced Prostate Cancer 7 months ago
Husband Dx on 1/25 PSA 1044 first Lupron shot 2/17 PSA on 3/28 down to 103. This is about a 90% reduction is that about an average response?
Lung Cancer - did anyone here win the fight ?
Julesgettingthere in The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation 7 months agoPOPULAR
Hello again, Jules here, on behalf of mum.
I read some posts here today which make my heart sink, my mums journey has only just begun.
One of ...
Is Xtandi failing?
taxman in Advanced Prostate Cancer a year agoPOPULAR
I have been on Xtandi ( on a trial) for the last 6 months because of spread to my bones. I am having major cognitive difficulties so the d...
irwinb3 in Advanced Prostate Cancer a year agoPOPULAR
Hello Gentlemen, My cancer has come back on my L4/L5 albeit scan shows light gray area. My Oncologist suggested Xofigo and I start 10/6. Get...
Thank You for your support. Test results are in.
Danna in British Lung Foundation 9 months agoPOPULAR
Please forgive me now as my brain in in a fog and too much information to over load the brain. I had a bone biopsy Feb 7th and lung biopsy ...
Chemo for adv sclc? Why?
Sadregrets in Free to Breathe 8 months agoPOPULAR
Being encouraged by docs to do chemo treatments for advanced stage 4 sclc to extend my 6 to 9 month expectancy to a year to two at most. Try...
47 year old advanced
Vinnyf in Advanced Prostate Cancer a year agoPOPULAR
My name is vinny I think I'm a bit younger then most of the men on here,I'm 47 with stage 4 prostate metastasis to the bone completed one ro...
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