Gemzar vs toptecan
And now for my latest recurrence of my Primary Peritoneal Ca stage 3b.... I took a 2 month chemo break even though I had some residual disease on ct. My ca125 was normal. During those 2 months, my partner was admitted to ICU for respiratory failure due to an opportunistic infection. I belueve that the incredible stress of…
Elesclomol Sodium/Paclitaxel clinical trial-- any info?
Hi, everyone. New to this board and looking for some information. I have been reading many of your posts and it has helped me a great deal. Positive thoughts going out to all of you! My mom was diagnosed on 8/5/13 with unstaged grade II PPC. Had a "good" de-bulking surgery and 6 cycles of dose-dense chemo (Taxol and…
Sue (sk_Nebraska) how are you doing?
We haven't heard from you since your surgery in April. I hope you've recovered and are doing well. Please come back and update us. Many hugs, Alexandra
Hyperthermia in Germany - Request experiences & Clinic info.
Although I was diagnosed as having Stage IV adenocarcinoma of the colon with mets to the peritoneum, my CA19-9 marker is above 40,000 (as of 4/28/2014) which is more typical of other cancers, possibly including cancer of the peritoneum. I have no elevation of the CEA marker. I have only months to live as my cancer has…
happy news . . . .
Just wanted to pass along that my CA 125 number, after my latest recurrence of PPC, is down to 74 & descending at a rate that may put me in the NORMAL range next time it's measured in 3 wks! I'm thrilled. After my 3-mo "chemo holiday" Jan--March, CA 125 was up to 327. After 1 infusion of Carboplatin, it went down to 165; &…