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ABI-007 trial

Forums Mucosal Melanoma Community ABI-007 trial

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    claudia-uk
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    My husband got his test results back today. He has mucosal melanoma (sinus) with metastases in lungs and liver. He is negative for braf and c-kit. The doctor now suggests ABI-007 trial: Abraxane versus Dacarbazine. I can't really find any information besides the trial information. Is anyone on that trial? It doesn't sound very promising. I don't understand why I never read in forums about it. Please if, anyone is on that trial or knows more about it,. let me know!

    http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00864253

     

    Thanks

    Claudia

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      Linda/Kentucky
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      I don't know anythng about this particular trial but I wish you luck in finding information on it.  Keep posting somebody may know something.

       

      Linda/Kentucky

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      Linda/Kentucky
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      I don't know anythng about this particular trial but I wish you luck in finding information on it.  Keep posting somebody may know something.

       

      Linda/Kentucky

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