April was always comfortable with her decision to start a family but she understood the gravity of her actions and what that might mean to other patients. “I think stopping Gleevec to start a family is something that each patient would have to consider closely with their doctor. I was fortunate enough to be “No Evidence of Disease” since my surgery in 2000, so my family, doctor and I were comfortable stopping it.
Bob Caraway, 72, passed away October 5 at his home in Denton, TX. He attended the former North Texas State University for two years after graduating from Tyler Junior College in 1955. He also attended Baylor Law School and graduated from there in 1960.
The Life Raft Group has received two recent reports of patients that had failed multiple therapies and then apparently responded to Nexavar (also known as sorafenib or BAY 43-9006). In both cases, the patients had [...]
This is the eighth article in a series written by each of the key members of the LRG Resistance Research Team. Several articles in the LRG newsletter from our GIST Resistance Research Team have been [...]