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CMP-001 has a new name and new trial in refractory stage 4 pd-1 patients

Forums General Melanoma Community CMP-001 has a new name and new trial in refractory stage 4 pd-1 patients

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      Bubbles
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      Very interesting!!!  Fingers and toes crossed for good results!

      If you haven’t heard about TLR (toll like receptor) agonists, they have been used in the form of SD101 and IMO-2125 (tilsotolimod) as intralesional therapy combined with systemic immunotherapy for folks with melanoma.  The later combined with yervoy is addressed at point #2, with links to previous reports and background info within, in this post if you are interested:  https://chaoticallypreciselifeloveandmelanoma.blogspot.com/search?q=tlr+agonist

      Hopefully, in an intravenous form, TLR’s will bring new treatment options to melanoma peeps! Thanks, Edster! – c

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      gopher38
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      Thanks for posting.  It does one good to know that there’s always “something” coming down the line.

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