Nov 14, 2012 - 8:09 pm
so i did my second chemo embolization targetting peritoneal mets and liver mets this time.
the good news is the net result after 5 weeks therapy is tumour regression and no new mets. so I have concluded this is very very goods news, because it could have been worse. and this is all while my immune system has been spared systemic chemo except for a very low dose of mitomycin c 10 days ago to kill circlating ctc's.
also remember that the removab, trifunctional antibody is supposed to be actively doing its work.
tomorrow hyperthermia, aiming to get over 40 degress, my last one was only 39.3
and then off to get my dendretic cell vaccine made.
interesting times, looking forward to going home for 4 weeks over xmas.
its good to share good news after month after month of cea rise. I think this is the first technical positive test result indicating therapies are working. as opposed to all those tests I did over the last 10 months that said all was fine when well it was not.
ps these some links about the dietary therapy i am starting. its basically ketogenic.
pps I got a bit of a warning about gcmaf possibly interferring with some of the immunotherapies I am doing so I am backing off it until I can get confirmation from the nobel prize winning research team thats making the dendretic cell vaccine. with peritoneal disease I don't have much margin for error.