Bone marrow infiltration

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Bone marrow infiltration

by Meetha on Tue Jul 30, 2019 03:24 AM

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Four years into diagnosis, now HR, PC with bone mets, the cancer has infiltrated into bone marrow. As a result I do not make my own RBC, WBC and platelets. And am on transfusions. I can not be given any other therapy like chemo or radio as that will further destroy these three cells. I am currently on 160 mg Enzulatamide daily. This has caused PSA to come down from 460 to 239 in 6 weeks. But is too mild to clear the bone marrow. And tab. Eltrombopag to help stabilise platelets. It has been three weeks, but no improvement on platelet front. Need transfusion every other day. Now it is getting difficult to find donors. Is there any hope for me? I am sick on going to hospital every other day for a day or two. Bone pains, catheter, constipation are other problems. I’ll appreciate any information on the topic. Is there any hospital that runs clinical trials for patients with bone marrow infiltrated?
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