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    kalindria wrote on Stellasmom's wall

    Hi Stellasmom and welcome to WhatNext! I'm so very sorry to hear of your diagnosis but you've found a great place to ask questions, get information, and share experiences.

    Almost 6 years ago, I was diagnosed with stage 4 fallopian tube cancer and I've had a couple of relapses. I'm still getting chemo but feeling good. I'm just back from a short trip to California to play with my grandkids and see my one daughter's new home!

    Anyway, some time ago, I recorded a series of videos for WhatNext about my cancer journey. You may find them helpful. I've included a link at the end of this message should you wish to check them out.

    WhatNext.com is a great place for everyone, from the newly diagnosed to those of us who've been living with cancer for some time - friends and loved ones too! While you're here at WhatNext.com, check out the questions and experiences of other folks here. You can find people who've had the same cancer, surgeries, chemotherapy and experiences should you wish. It's often reassuring to know others have been through what you're facing and thrived. I also recommend the PINBOARD - there are often humorous or uplifting posts that can make your day. Definitely worth checking out.


    In the meantime, I'm here if you have any questions or want to chat.

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    Stellasmom shared an experience

    Clinical Trial (Currently on NRG-009): After 2 reoccurance of ovarian cancer clear cell I began a clinical trail. So far has been hard but I am responding well. I got 20% reduction in 2 small tumors in just 2 months. Getting ready for another scan I will keep you all posted. So I get Doxil, Avastin, Tecentriq ( immunotherapy )

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      Thanks for sharing. I have had friends on Doxil with varying results and a friend who has been on Avastin and doing well so far. Have not heard about Tecentriq but think it is great they are trying immunotherapy now and adding to the arsenal of weapons to fight this crappy disease. Wishing you continued success with your clinical trial and yes, keep us posted on your progress. Sending wheelbarrows of support and a hug.

      7 months ago