• Anyone have experience with a PAR1 inhibitor such as olaparib in Stage 4 PC? Looking for clincal trial!

    Asked by deSmile on Saturday, April 4, 2015

    Anyone have experience with a PAR1 inhibitor such as olaparib in Stage 4 PC? Looking for clincal trial!

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    • gonewest's Avatar
      gonewest

      https://www.pancan.org/section-facing-pancreatic-cancer/learn-about-pan-cancer/clinical-trials/
      Link is to the Pancreatic cancer action network. There is a good tool halfway down the page that matches you with clinical trials. Absolutely free on a secure site. Best.

      over 4 years ago
    • Russ' Avatar
      Russ

      Hi desmile, gonewest has the best website for locating clinical trials for pc. you can also check with the American cancer society. Good luck.
      Russ

      over 4 years ago
    • greatlife's Avatar
      greatlife

      DESMILE...I am late coming to your question...I googled Par! Pancreatic cancer and found this: "study's senior author, Susan Domchek, MD, of the Basser Research Center for BRCA at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine". Try to contact Dr. Domchek at U of. Pa for details of her PAR1 study.

      What is happening with you? Are you still under Johns Hopkins care? He is directing my chemo therapy (2 more infusions to go) prior to receiving Gvax again.

      I pray for you and hope that you are doing OK

      about 4 years ago
    • greatlife's Avatar
      greatlife

      Lustgarden Foundation is another good source ans is Emerging Meds

      about 4 years ago
    • kalindria's Avatar
      kalindria

      I'm hoping to get into a clinical trial and one of the drugs I might get is olaparib. I say "might get" because it is a three-prong drug trial and the drug assignments are randomized. Here a link to the trial I'm talking about:

      https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02502266?recr=Open&amp

      over 3 years ago

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