I have made it to the six month mark on the LAST study and am still PCRU. I have three weeks of unopened Tasigna I would be happy to send to someone in need of it. I am betting that I will not need it (I hope) any longer. Drop me a message and I will be glad to send it along. They are the 150 mg doses
Does anyone need Tasigna?
Posted 06 January 2016 - 07:09 PM
Good luck with your success!
10/01/2014 100% Diagnosis (WBC 278k, Blasts 6%, Spleen extended 20cm)
Posted 06 January 2016 - 07:24 PM
Congratulations on reaching the six month milestone story. May your success continue.
02/2010 Gleevec 400mg
2011 Two weakly positives, PCRU, weakly positive
2012 PCRU, PCRU, PCRU, PCRU
2013 PCRU, PCRU, PCRU, weakly positive
2014 PCRU, PCRU, PCRU, PCRU (12/07 began dose reduction w/each continuing PCRU)
2015 300, 250, 200, 150
2016 100, 50/100, 100, 10/17 TFR
2018 01/16 TFR 0.0004 ... next quarterly PCR 04/17
At the earliest opportunity, and whenever possible, lower your TKI dosage; TKIs are toxic drugs and the less we take longterm the better off we are going to be ... this is especially true for older adults.
In hindsight I should have started my dosage reduction two years earlier; it might have helped minimize some of the longterm cumulative toxic effects of TKIs that I am beset with.
longterm side-effects Peripheral Artery Disease - legs (it's a bitch); continuing shoulder problems, right elbow inflammation. GFR and creatinine vastly improved after stopping Gleevec.
Cumulative Gleevec dosage estimated at 830 grams
Taking Gleevec 400mg an hour after my largest meal of the day helped eliminate the nausea that Gleevec is notorious for.
Posted 06 January 2016 - 08:53 PM
How long were you on the TKIs before starting the LAST study?
Posted 06 January 2016 - 09:13 PM
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