Just to say that my CA125 was 7 again last week, and so ibuprofen appears to be working for me again as an anti-cancer drug. You may remember I relapsed in March 2014 after having had 10.5 weeks off ibuprofen (due to misplaced worries about my stomach) in March - May 2013. I got full remission with my 3rd course of chemotherapy June - Nov 2014, very fortunately, and have been fine since then on ibuprofen, with omeprazole to protect the stomach, with low CA125 levels at each check-up. CA125 is a very good marker for my disease.
I see the consultant tomorrow, but that should go fine, as the CA125 is the main thing. I was first diagnosed in Sept 2009 with primary peritoneal cancer, a variant of ovarian cancer.
Frankly ibuprofen is what has kept me alive since I discovered its anti-cancer effect after my first relapse in 2010. See my previous posts. Anti-inflammatories and aspirin have a similar proven anti-cancer effect, though I think you have to be in remission for them to have a chance of working to prevent relapse - see my previous posts for more info. Aspirin appears better known for its anti-cancer effect, but many people are not aware of the anti-cancer effect of these simple inexpensive drugs. They do not work for everyone. See a link in a previous post I did, I think last year, re Aspirin.
Just thought I should keep you updated with how things are going for me.
Best wishes to everyone in this group. You are not alone.