Feb 05, 2013 - 3:45 pm
I have started round two of the second dendritic cell vaccine with high hopes.
this afternoon I had another chemo embolisation split 50 50 lungs and liver with irenotecan and mytomycin and avastin ( off label use , as direct inject not tested offically)
the good news is dr vogel said the mri and ct are excellent. he described my response to the treatment as like 1 in 40.
thats bitter sweet, in that my therapy response for however long it continues is more tired up with me, than the german therapies themselves.
possibly I am guilty of the assumption that whats worked for me, would work for others. if my over exuberant posts and replies have upset anyone I m sorry.
I have the best intentions, the dilema I face is do I share my experience so that maybe 1 in 100 here might come and try the therapies and in the process effectively taunt the other 99. I am also aware that many newbies here may not appreciate the effort I have put into my result.
I am so tired, just got off the operating table and drove to airport with a number leg in the snow. the german therapies are challenging in many respects and
I know they are out of reach the most existing conventional based colorectal patients.
the doctors here are also nervous, I was booked in for another chemo embolisation in a month.
Ì do firmly believe my success is repeatable ( I am human, my biology similar to yours ), but that to have a chance at success you require similar financial resources and commitment and focus I have developed.