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Braf/mek combo trial info

Forums General Melanoma Community Braf/mek combo trial info

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    Linda J
    Participant
    I am considering doing the braf/mek combo phase I trial at PMH in Toronto. Are people seeing good results with these drugs?

    I am considering doing the braf/mek combo phase I trial at PMH in Toronto. Are people seeing good results with these drugs?

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      killmel
      Participant

      I am also interested in thisbraf/mek trial too.

      Linda J (or anyone)  give me the link for this trial or the NCT clinical trial number. I understand that there is a new GSK BRAF/MEK tial schedule to start 1st qtr. 2011.

      I would like to hear about others experiences on this trial plus what are the side effects??

      Thanks so much for your help.

      John

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      killmel
      Participant

      I am also interested in thisbraf/mek trial too.

      Linda J (or anyone)  give me the link for this trial or the NCT clinical trial number. I understand that there is a new GSK BRAF/MEK tial schedule to start 1st qtr. 2011.

      I would like to hear about others experiences on this trial plus what are the side effects??

      Thanks so much for your help.

      John

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