• Immunotherapy, the newest routine of cancer treatments, desisgned to do most damage to the tumor and less colateroall damage.

    Asked by GregP_WN on Thursday, September 10, 2020

    Immunotherapy, the newest routine of cancer treatments, desisgned to do most damage to the tumor and less colateroall damage.

    Today's blog post has more information about the newest breakthrough in cancer treatments, here is the link to it>> https://bit.ly/3bNrVhc

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    • GregP_WN's Avatar
      GregP_WN

      Shelby, do I understand you correctly that you HAVE healed now? That's good news! That should change what type of treatments you are allowed to have. I wish you the best, I go tomorrow to see if mine will stay the same or be changed. I just have this idea that the trial is not doing its thing. On the other hand, they haven't done a scan to specifically look at what is happening. I had a scan a month ago but they were looking for something else. I said it looks to me like whatever was there last month would be there now. They say no, that's not how it works. I then say don't XXX off my Doctor Google.

      13 days ago
    • BuckeyeShelby's Avatar
      BuckeyeShelby

      Nope, not healed yet. The wound vac may be going away in the next week or two, but then I'll spend at least a month with wet-to-dry dressings that I mostly yet to manage on my own. Not looking forward to that part. Don't start chemo until at least that is over. I don't know when that will be exactly....

      12 days ago
    • GregP_WN's Avatar
      GregP_WN

      Ms. Shelby, sorry I misunderstood. I hope you get some quick healing!

      12 days ago

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