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BRAF and bone met pain

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    Lisa – Aust
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    Hey All

    Just wondering if anyone out there who is on a BRAF trial has any experience with bone mets and how the pain levels may have changed whilst on the trial? Craig has just started about 2 weeks ago, for a met in his rib and one in his abdomen. I know its early days, but he thinks the rib one may be feeling a bit more sore, so we were just wondering what to make of this and if anyone else has had similar experiences?

    Thanks

    Lisa – Aust

    Hey All

    Just wondering if anyone out there who is on a BRAF trial has any experience with bone mets and how the pain levels may have changed whilst on the trial? Craig has just started about 2 weeks ago, for a met in his rib and one in his abdomen. I know its early days, but he thinks the rib one may be feeling a bit more sore, so we were just wondering what to make of this and if anyone else has had similar experiences?

    Thanks

    Lisa – Aust

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