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    How are you doing these days? Still in treatment?

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      Lola1

      I am doing pretty good , I went in Dec. dr.
      Said no active Disease. I go back Feb for
      CT I will see what they say then. I also
      Have a few very small ground glass cancer
      Scattered throughout both lungs so like I said before they have mentioned immuno therapy with maybe a carboplatinum Chemo if it will work for me praying that I’m just healed I hope everyone is doing well this is not the journey I would’ve picked for me but I have been blessed in a lot of ways with this cancer God bless you all

      6 months ago
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      Well, it's not perfect, but it's better than some of the alternatives you could get! Our best to you!

      6 months ago
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      I’m currently taking Imfinzi for 1 year. I’ve already had chemo and radiation and so far side effects are minimal. I have scans scheduled in Nov to see if all has worked. Good luck with your treatment.

      8 months ago
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      Hi Joyce, thanks for asking your question. My wife began with traditional chemotherapy-Alimta, and Carboplatin. Those were rendered to be ineffective with second scan for her. We approached oncologist about possibilities of being infused with either Keytruda or Opdivo through communicating with others on this website. I also had her tumors tested through this communication also. Fortunately we have a doctor that will listen to us.

      My wife's cocktail consists of Keytruda, continuation of both Alimta and Carboplatin. The introduction of Keytruda has been effective with treating and maintaining her lung cancer. I do not believe she would be doing as well had she continued strictly with the chemotherapy. The best of luck with your chosen path of treating your cancer.

      Remember we are all individuals, have different reactions, require different treatments and have different outcomes. Likewise, our cancers are also different and as unique as we are. Please keep us informed.

      8 months ago
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      LiveWithCancer

      Wow, @wmsavs, it is GREAT to read that you and your wife asked about immunotherapy and mutation testing as a result of WhatNext!! That's exciting and means the time we spend here really does make a difference for some people. Thank you for your post. I'm so glad that your wife is benefiting from the "trio". I've heard really good things about treating lung cancer that way.

      8 months ago
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    I have been following Darren for a while, he's story is remarkable! Since following him I have seen Soo many different people who have use the RSO (Rick Simpson Oil) that are not in remission but Dr's say they can find NO Cancer! There are other options that work and are much less harmful to the body! I think as a 3 time cancer survivor we need to be opened minded and take a good look at the other options and then make a decision! Not only adults but children are being helped , Please research on curing cancer with Canibis oil an herb that God provided for us many years ago ! Gods Blessings

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      Facebook has a group called "cannabis oil success stories".

      I love it and,it seems, both the thc and the cbd are important. In other words, one needs the whole plant.

      People who are nervous about side effects use it as a suppository.

      about 3 years ago