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2 thoughts on “Currently trending on RonnyAllan.NET

  • Finn Harp

    Ronny-

    Immunotherapy on the site?

    I was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic NET mets to liver in Jan 2019. After a few weeks with a 3-6 mo survival diagnosis some additional tumor analysis found they were Hi-MSI tumors -eligible to be treated with recently approved (for all Hi MSI solid tumors) immunotherapy.

    I had great results being treated with ipilumumab + nivolumab for 24 mos. Tumors shrunk to about 10% of the original mass and then were stable for a couple more months. Once the tumors started growing (slowly) again, I came off the original treatment and have been on investigational immunotherapy since. First trail was successful for 3-6 mos. Now I’m onto the 2nd trial and feeling better again.

    With an FDA approved immunotherapy for Hi-MSI NETs, suggest it would be useful to have info about immunotherapy on your site. I was treated at MD Anderson in Houston.

    The team at MD Anderson almost immediately did tumor analysis that flagged the biomarkers which showed immunotherapy would likely be effective. Suspect not all patients have that good fortune.

    Let me know if I can help.

    -P

    • What is your grade and differentation?

      The immunotherapy experience with Neuroendocrine Neoplasms is not great, there’s always outliers of course.

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