Overall increase is small, though, adding 1 cancer per 1,000 women treated
by pancreaticgary on Thu Aug 07, 2008 12:00 AM
Today I began my 19th Cycle (28 day/cycle) of RAD001. The Phase 2 Trial I was on has ended but I am continuing on the RAD.Last weeks scans showed no change from the initial tumor reductions when I began the Phase 2 Trial, all is stable. (There was some slight tumor reduction on some scans prior to these but it appears that there were no further reductions this time).
Still feeling good and very fortunate.
Gary Lombardi- New Hampshire, Non -operable Non-functioning Islet Cell Pancreatic Cancer with Mets to the liver, dx March 2006. Temodar chemo for 6 months prior to entering drug trial.
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